Emily Hesslegrave’s Just Radio is a New Take on the Classic Radio Made from Recycled Wood

by , 12/18/12

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Seeking to produce a classic radio for the modern user, Emily Hesslegrave has designed Just Radio, a small radio with a touchscreen that is made from reclaimed natural timber wood. According to Hesslegrave, the “cabinet” design evokes historic radios. With its handcrafted finish and natural dyes, Just Radio pays homage to a time when all radios were made from natural materials. The radio also features wooden knobs on the top, purple leather trim and it has been finished  with organic wax.

+ Emily Hesslegrave

via Damn Geeky

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