Design aesthetics have been pushed to the ultimate extreme when it comes to modernism, so consumers are now in search of the opposite; enter the 'Caruso' Hi-Fi System, which takes influence from design of the past with modern features within.
Designed by Paolo Cappello Design for Miniforms (an Italian furniture company), the 'Caruso' Hi-Fi System is retro in design but not function with full Bluetooth connectivity and a high-definition amplifier within. Coming in different color options for the amplifier and case, the speaker doubles as a piece of furniture thanks to the interior cabinet space that can be utilized to store household items.
Winner of the Contemporary Design Group’s Edward Haimsohn Design Award, the 'Caruso' Hi-Fi System is a sophisticated way to get the best technology of today with the aesthetic of yesterday.
Modernized Gramophone Speakers
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Predictive Connected Home Devices
Reclaimed Cubic Speakers
Cushioning Musical Accoutrements