We’ve been enamored with Hannes Harms for a while now, but his latest design might just be his best yet: the recent RCA grad was able to “reduce material, volume and components through flat electronics” to create a flat boombox. The personal audio solution consists of a perforated sheet of acid-etched stainless steel… and apparently not much more than that, thanks to the flat speaker component. In other words, it’s something like a speaker grille without a discernable driver or speaker cone. (via Nice to See: Flat Boombox by Hannes Harms - Core77)
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