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Recycling the iconic, the Wall-mounted Bluetooth Speaker by MUJI recasts MUJI's very similar wall-mount CD player by Naoto Fukasawa, one of the most popular pieces of industrial design in Japan over the last decade.

Wall-mounted Bluetooth Speaker by MUJI

Recycling the iconic, the Wall-mounted Bluetooth Speaker by MUJI recasts MUJI's very similar wall-mount CD player by Naoto Fukasawa, one of the most popular pieces of industrial design in Japan over the last decade.

interface is completely intuitive: Twist the cap to turn the radio on; the farther you lift the top, the louder it gets

Wanted: The Hidden Radio, A Chic Mini Stereo With An Ingenious UI

HiddenRadio Industrial designers John Van Den Nieuwenhuizen from Australia and Vitor Santa Maria from Brazil have collaborated to design the HiddenRadio, which is currently being funded through Kickstarter.

Not too long ago, when it came to hi-fi systems, bigger was better. But now that we can squeeze our entire music collection into a device that fits into our palm, why would we want hulking black boxes for speakers? Rather, these days, the objective is to design systems that are as unobtrusive as possible.

Wanted: The Hidden Radio, A Chic Mini Stereo With An Ingenious UI

HiddenRadio Industrial designers John Van Den Nieuwenhuizen from Australia and Vitor Santa Maria from Brazil have collaborated to design the HiddenRadio, which is currently being funded through Kickstarter.

hidden controls

We gave our hidden, integrated electronic controls so its steel finish remains stainless.

hidden controls dishwasher

We gave our hidden, integrated electronic controls so its steel finish remains stainless.


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