Hidden Radio

Hidden Radio
Dan Gould
  • 3 september 2008

The Hidden Radio is a beautiful example of design pared down to its core. Embodying a next to nothing fusion of form and function, all the controls for this radio are seamlessly built into its structure. No knobs, sliders, dials or screens are visible. Instead, by moving the lid up, volume is increased, and by turning it, the user can tune in radio stations. A small LED light indicates signal strength.

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