Customizable ceramic kitchen radio

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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]

About Lisa Katayama

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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”.

    BEDAZZLE ON!

  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:

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/88/JARVIK_7_artificial_heart.jpg

  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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