Technology and design increasingly coexist with harmony to the point that technological devices can pass perfectly for a decorative object. That is the case with this wooden audio player. Well, it's not exactly made of wood, but lined with wood.
But this is not his only peculiarity. Perhaps what is most surprising is the reproduction technique. The disc is not completely inserted into the player, but half remains outside, allowing you to see the disc while it is playing. This fact in combination with wood produces a peculiar «cut effect»That seems simulate how the wood is being sawed.
To not clash with this rustic aesthetic, the existence of cables is not allowed and therefore the player works with batteries and the speakers are wireless. The buttons of the player also go virtually unnoticed.
More information: Idealist
Via: The Design Blog