The 'MOKA SoundSystem' Makes Use of an Unlikely Housing

 - Mar 8, 2019
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The 'MOKA SoundSystem' is a new approach to audio equipment that makes use of an unlikely material to create speakers that look just as good as they sound. Designed by Alessandro Valenti, the speakers are crafted from upcycled coffee cups that have been retrofitted with audio components to transform them into the perfect system for a workstation or living space. This eliminates the need for virgin materials or plastics for the housing to make use of premium components that might otherwise be thrown out after use.

The 'MOKA SoundSystem' has been designed by Valenti using recycled brass bulbs and consists of four units in total that will provide immersive sound that surrounds the user from multiple angles.

Image Credit: Behance (Alessandro Valenti)