Benjamin Hubert and his studio Layer have designed Bang & Olufsen’s sculptural Beosound Balance speaker, which has a two-part structure made from wood and textile.
The Beosound Balance speaker features a cylindrical top half wrapped in 3D-knitted wool and a base crafted from solid timber.
The shape and materials are meant to evoke the feeling of domestic objects and furnishings more than technology, in line with the trend for “soft” gadgetry that blends into the home.
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