Made from 0.5mm thick laser-cut stainless steel and backed by an ultra-thin electrostatic flat speaker, this compact speaker can be easily shipped on the cheap. And when it arrives, the only assembly required would be some rudimentary origami along pre-scored lines to form the speaker’s stand. The results are all kinds of beautiful, but it’s too bad the necessity for wires would muck it all up.
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