london design festival: alex underwood at 100% design
sep 24, 2008
london design festival: alex underwood at 100% design


‘speaker buddies’
image © designboom

british designer alex underwood exhibited a series of speakers called ‘speaker buddies’
as part of 100% futures. the speakers imitate a child like posture and are designed
to work in pairs. made from expanded polystyrene they are lightweight and can be
moved with little effort. underwood chose to incorporate polystyrene as it is often a

material that is not highly regarded.


the collection of ‘speaker buddies’
image © designboom

more:
http://www.designedbyunderwood.com
http://www.100percentdesign.co.uk

  • Looks a bit too much like dadara to me! [url=http://www.dadara.nl/images/uploads/20020320143551.jpg] see? [/url]

    RuSt - buroRuSt says:
  • Dutch artist Dadara designed speakers like this over 10 years ago. These are knockoffs.

    RoboChop says:
  • wow, that is a knockoff. but all the same, what are they on to think up this stuff?

    scape says:
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