Spellbound guests feel compelled to respond to this elegant drinks pourer as if it were a living thing. Fill it up with your tipple of choice and allow Tropism Well to quench your thirst from its glass carafe.
Tropism Well is graceful, giving and always looking for a new friend. When this drinking fountain sees someone approach, it gently bows down to fill their glass.
Tropism Well uses facial recognition to detect the presence of a thirsty person. Once approached, the gentle bowing motion is created simply by moving the liquid up and down the stem.
Each Tropism Well is hand-crafted by us in The Hutch.
Carefully measured portions are poured with precision, giving the perfect serving without any overflow.
Choose any tipple and her insulated canister keeps your cocktails cool or mulled wine warm.
We loaded the van and headed to the beautiful expansive beach of Camber Sands for a super early sunrise shoot.
On the day we finished making the first Tropism Well prototype, we took her to Brockwell Park in Brixton (which was round the corner from our studio then). We were overwhelmed by the public’s positive response.
We created this short film of Tropism Well on the rooftop of the Boundary Hotel in London.
A short film created by Thom Undrell of one of our parties in The Hutch.
We were invited to showcase Tropism Well at Kinetica Art Fair in London. Here’s a short film from the weekend.
We took Tropism Well on an inventure to Rottingdean. It turned into a race against the tide to capture some sunrise shots.
|Electrical Info||Line Voltage||100–240V AC|
|Power Supply||UK 3-pin plug|
|Max Current||2 amps|
|Lead Length||3 meters|
|Size & Weight||Height||2950 mm|
|Length||2500 mm (when pouring)|
|Beverage Info||Capacity||12 litres|
|Shipping Info||Tropism Well is packed in a single flight case with wheels with the following dimensions & weight:|
"Just wanted to say a huge thank you. Your installations were absolutely hypnotic and mesmerising. So impressive to see them in action. Really beautiful work."
"Tropism Well may be the most decadent method of serving a glass of water we have ever encountered."