MUJI Makes a Move
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These brilliant little cardboard speakers from Muji are super portable when flat packed, and full of sound when put together. They'd be perfect for traveling or a picnic, simply follow the folds to make them square, plug in your iPod (or Zune), and you can listen to Slick Rick, the French Kicks, or Cheap Trick in a box.
- The CD player that Naoto Fukasawa designed for the Japanese manufacturer Muji is as simple as it looks and about as simple as it gets.
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Designed in 1987, this cantilevered, polished aluminium piece is fully rotational and is available in four versions, each with an interchangeable support: table base, clamp or desk-fixed.
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