Wooden Radio from Scrap Ebony

This wooden radio, designed by Indonesian designer Singgih S. Kartono, is made from the scrap lumber generated from the production of Java ebony. It's only 18 centimeters wide and quite lovely. I don't listen to radio, really, but I would love to have one of the hand-made units around just to look at or use as a case for another project. The radio is available for sale in Japan for around $155. Product Page (Machine Translated) [VShopU.com via LikeCool.com]
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2 Responses to Wooden Radio from Scrap Ebony

  1. strider_mt2k says:

    That’s beautiful!

    Gimme that over a Tivoli any old day.

  2. whitetail says:


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