13 Years to Make a Radio: The Slow Design of Singgih Kartono

13 Years to Make a Radio: The Slow Design of Singgih Kartono
Design

Indonesian product designer Singgih Kartono has taken a decidedly different approach in creating his Magno Radio. Not being driven by the market, or money Kartono has spent 13 years developing and fine-tuning his device.

Dan Gould
  • 26 october 2009

Indonesian product designer Singgih Kartono has taken a decidedly different approach in creating his Magno Radio. Not being driven by the market, or money, Kartono has spent 13 years developing and fine-tuning his device.  In his philosophy of  “slow design”, he aims to create a classic, culturally relevant device that would not just be “an object”, but a meaningful part of someone’s life.

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