Customizable ceramic kitchen radio

Check out this ceramic kitchen radio from the designers at Israel's Studio Lama. The greatest thing about it is that you could decorate it any way you want. [via Dezeen]

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10 Responses to Customizable ceramic kitchen radio

  1. Anonymous says:

    so where does the music come out?

  2. feedingfashionistas says:

    Is the ceramic part unglazed? It looks like it may have a cream/clear glaze, which could be sort of a pita to paint on.

    The knobs, though, you could go to town on… Kind of want!

  3. withaak says:

    How do I favourite on gdgets

  4. Gloria says:

    @7: Clay, you’re welcome.

  5. feedingfashionistas says:

    I spoke too soon. Apparently many types of latex, acrylic and oil paints will adhere to glazed ceramic- many will be listed as “ceramic paints”.


  6. monstrinho_do_biscoito says:

    you know, you can actually decorate anything, anyway you like.

  7. Gloria says:

    The second I saw this I thought of one of those large plastic bottles you take home for urine samples.

  8. Oren Beck says:

    Neat- there’s some room for exploiting properties of the material. Like using the radio as a whiteboard with proper wipeable markers. So the cooking person in that kitchen could announce their meal plan…

  9. dculberson says:

    The design totally reminds me of the Jarvik artificial heart:

  10. Clay says:

    @Gloria: I was actually quite concerned, as I clicked the comments link, that I would be the only one whose first thought was “urine container.” Thank you.

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