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Berlin Boombox

La Berlin Boombox est un concept de station d’iPhone entièrement réalisée en carton et pensé dans un style ultra eighties. Encensée par la presse, elle a été dessinée par le designer allemand Axel Pfaender. Le principe est simple : des composants électroniques à greffer à une structure en carton qu’on assemble soi-même en quelques minutes. On obtient alors une machine stéréo capable d’accueillir et d’amplifier le son d’Iphone.

Ce qu’en dit Axel Pfaender :

« This project combines my passions for music and graphic design. I had built the first cardboard boombox for my personal use a couple of years ago. After the overwhelming feedback that I received from everyone who had seen it, I decided to go for it and turn it in to a real product. The BerlinBoombox project is now at a point where I have a great looking and working prototype, but I need your help to get it ready for production. This involves final tweaks on the cardboard construction; development of a flat cardboard packaging that keeps all the components save with as little foam or plastic as possible; production of the die-cut tools (which are quite expensive); getting the required regulatory licenses (FCC, CE); and the funds to place the first production order. »

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