Frustrated with the lack of a really (affordable) and iconic looking stereo for the digital generation, German designer Axel Pfaender decided to create his own.
Using industrial strength recycled cardboard, and including all the necessary parts, this DIY stereo is ideal for anyone who likes a hands-on approach to their tunes.
The striking black and white ‘boombox’ design looks excellent straight out of the box, but is wide open for some colourful personalisation. Plus, thanks to the fitted and folded nature of the construction, it's incredibly strong and hard wearing, while remaining lightweight.
3.5mm jack fits most music players
Looks great in the house
Pulp up the volume
Arriving flat packed, the Berlin Boombox couldn’t be more portable, or easy to ship. With all pieces pre-cut, and every section secure and sturdy, just follow the simple instructions and you’ll be pumping up the jams in no time.
Plus, since it uses a 3.5mm audio input, this badboy is compatible with pretty much everything.
Unpack, and turn it up.
Flat-packed and ready for assembly
Does not automatically give owner good musical taste
Is best carried on the shoulder, while strutting
Space provided may not hold all phones/mp3 players (size dependent)
Flat-packed, build-your-own cardboard stereo
Manufactured using recycled corrugated cardboard
3.5mm jack means compatible with iPhone, iPod and Android
No glue or tools needed
Designed by Axel Pfaender
2x 5W integrated amplifier
2x (69mm) speakers
3.5mm stereo jack (headphone plug)
3x AA batteries (included)
Measures approximately 35cm(W) x 11cm(D) x 25cm(H)