new york based furniture and product designer hyeonil jeong explores space-saving solutions with aloft, a speaker that can be tucked under various surfaces thanks to its shelf-bracket style hanger. especially useful in micro-dwelling situations, the speaker is designed to utilize leftover, ‘dead’ space while blending within its surroundings thanks to its clean, uninterrupted form.

aloft speaker by hyeonil jeong utilizes leftover space by tucking under shelves and ledgesall images courtesy of hyeonil jeong

 

 

aloft is equipped with a bluetooth wireless system and rechargeable battery, allowing mobility and flexibility. hyeonil jeong has designed the speaker with a form that is easy to install, and can be both tucked under a shelf or ledge, and left standing on a table, or other flat surface. aloft comes in a variety of color combinations, including pink, blue, black, and turquoise, which makes it easy to incorporate within any given environment.

aloft speaker by hyeonil jeong utilizes leftover space by tucking under shelves and ledges

aloft speaker by hyeonil jeong utilizes leftover space by tucking under shelves and ledges

aloft speaker by hyeonil jeong utilizes leftover space by tucking under shelves and ledges

aloft speaker by hyeonil jeong utilizes leftover space by tucking under shelves and ledges

aloft speaker by hyeonil jeong utilizes leftover space by tucking under shelves and ledges

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