> posted by   on November 11th 2013

Listen to your heart

Today’s technology allows listening to music freely everywhere.

The “Horn” is a mono speaker with photovoltaic cells, which not just boasts traditional elegance but also helps sustaining the environment. Made from clay-coated sheet metal wrapped in paper, the Horn presents a unique structure that increases its power in a great way (tenfold) in comparison to other speakers of the same class. Featuring a geometrical construction achieved through eight parts, the autonomous device also incorporates a battery (at the base), photovoltaic cells and Bluetooth. The nylon handle allows easy storage and transportation. The Horn is designed by Guillian Graves from ENSCI, Paris.


The Moxie by Kohler is a showerhead + wireless speaker that delivers up to 7 hours of music, news and more by pairing wirelessly with your device enabled with Bluetooth® technology.

“Just you + water + clean, clear sound”. It’s water-resistant and can pop in and out of the showerhead for easy recharging. The wireless speaker can be used outside the shower space, independent of the showerhead, to stream music in any room.


BeoPlay A9 speaker by Bang & Olufsen is a wireless speaker system in the form of a giant dot easel stand. Superior sound big enough to fill even the most spacious loft – wirelessly from your favourite devices. Somehow, this product is breaking with the iconic speaker image. I found it poetic and beautiful from all angles. Designed by Øivind Alexander Slaatto, an achievement for which he garnered the iF Product Design Award. Good news, this speaker system is now available with wall mounting brackets. Guaranteed to impress!


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