Electronics that are sold today look like something that robots have constructed and probably have. As I discovered not all current electronics fit that category.
Using a contrasting, clean, modern-retro aesthetic ʻExposedʼ celebrates the not so beautiful electronics. The product expresses this by lighting up internally when activated, allowing the user to view the spectacle through the glass viewport. 'Exposed' supports surprise design not only by being able to see the electrical components but also by the location of the speaker at the back of the product.
Processes used were 3D printing, lazer-cutting and CNC Lathe manufacturing.
Materials used were plastic, resin, aluminium and glass.