Soundshelf: Speakers-as-bookshelves

It's a shame, but the logo on this sweet concept design don't imply that a real product is at hand. Named "Soundshelf," the mockup is by Witek Stefeniak and Anielka Zdanowicz of Poland:
Why the traditional speaker has to be put away in the corner of the room or hidden in the wall? Speaker could be displaied, and the aditional function could be imparted. The object becomes the item of furniture by a simple arrengement of dvd and books. Two suggestion of shape give the possibility to arrange the interior in the modern style and to achieve a good quality of home video amplification.
sound innovation [Designboom]

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One Response to Soundshelf: Speakers-as-bookshelves

  1. strider_mt2k says:

    Awesome idea!
    Just don’t put that Faberge egg there, okay?
    I plan on rocking out later and wish to do so unhindered by worry.

    -and not out of the reach of those more inclined to DIY, either.

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