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Tree Stump Speaker: Make Like a Tree and Amplify!

by Range
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Designer Thomas Lænner’s Tree Stump Speakers have a nice organic form, but honestly, there’s nothing  really organic about them; they’re just shaped sort of like the base of a tree.

tree stump speaker audio thomas laenner design concept

Except for the wires, there aren’t any apparent buttons, knobs or dials because the controls have been hidden so that they’re discreet. You’ll find a circular disk which controls the power and volume. The two speakers themselves feature a diameter of 4″, and they also have an audio jack, allowing you to plug in any media player.

tree stump speaker audio thomas laenner design concept

Thomas also designed a wall-mounted version, which allows iPods and iPhones to dock like a bird on a branch. However, at this point, these are only concept designs, and there are no current plans to produce them.

tree stump speaker audio thomas laenner design concept

[Designbuzz via Ubergizmo]




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