The iPod Speaker Dock That Really Is A Work Of Art [Pics]

The iPod Speaker Dock That Really Is A Work Of Art [Pics]
Design

This new iPod dock reinterprets the lines of traditional Korean clothing design.

Emma Hutchings
  • 24 march 2011

This new hand-made piece from HI-MACS, called ‘Horn,’ has been designed by Korean architect Shi-hyung Jeon, of Jeon Associates, who worked together with the HI-MACS team at LG Hausys.

This speaker dock/work of art stands 50 inches high and features a 30-pin iPod connector. Aesthetically appealing, its design still generates a full spectrum of sound, providing a pure listening experience with minimal diffraction. The inspiration behind the interesting shape of the podium has been described by its designers as reinterpreting the sleeve lines of traditional Korean garments the “Han-bok” and “Beo-seon” into a contemporary shape.

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