Retro and modern at the same time: the dock station imagined by New York designer Matt Richmond combines technology from the 20th and 21st centuries.
Directly inspired by old record players or by Professor Tournesol's sound system, here is a dock station from days gone by. The iVictrola designed by Matt Richmond, a designer from New York, is produced by the brand Made Craft. It costs around 400 dollars.
The sound of the iPhone is amplified by a Magnavox horn from the twentieth century Chin by the designer and mounted on a walnut stand. All models are therefore different and you have to wait 6 to 8 weeks before being delivered.
No need for electricity: iPod music is naturally amplified by the horn. As in the good old days of 78 rpm. A loop is looped with this downright vintage object that takes the leap between technology at the very beginning of the 20th century and the 21st.
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