The 'Dreyfuss' Phone Updates the Landline for the 21st Century

 - May 3, 2018
References: ujiterkuma & yankodesign
A decreasing number of consumers have telephone landlines in their home nowadays, but the conceptual 'Dreyfuss' phone identifies what can be done to bring the antiquated technology into the 21st century.

Designed by industrial designer Uji Terkuma, the telephone features a retro futurism aesthetic that is inspired by the 1937 Bell 302 telephone and features a slim aesthetic to make it appealing for any home or office. The slim footprint of the device integrates a digital touchscreen display that harkens back to the original rotary phone and will come as a welcomed piece of technology for users young and old.

The conceptual 'Dreyfuss' phone also integrates a wireless receiver to ensure it's as functional as possible.

Image Credit: Uji Terkuma