PESI created a range of natural charging devices for smartphone users

Smartphones have turned into devices that do it all—from emailing colleagues to communicating with friends to watching someone's step-by-step video of how to prepare a new cooking recipe. Seoul,-based design studio PESI created a range of new table accessories called On The Surface with ports designed to hold wireless chargers for smartphone users who wanted to keep their phone close, but not attached to an electrical outlet.

The models include a clock stand, a mirror, a speaker, a tray and a container. Even when not being used to charge a phone, the models integrate into homes naturally without looking like charging devices.

On The Surface

Smartphones have turned into devices that do it all—from emailing colleagues to communicating with friends to watching someone's step-by-step video of how to prepare a new cooking recipe. Seoul,-based design studio PESI created a range of new table accessories called On The Surface with ports designed to hold wireless chargers for smartphone users who wanted to keep their phone close, but not attached to an electrical outlet.

The models include a clock stand, a mirror, a speaker, a tray and a container. Even when not being used to charge a phone, the models integrate into homes naturally without looking like charging devices.