If you are looking for a compact Bluetooth speaker to stream audio from your smartphone or tablet, you might be interested in a new wooden speakers called the Petite Square which has just started looking to raise funds over on the indiegogo website.
The Petite Square handmade wooden Bluetooth speaker requires $45,000 to make the jump from concept to production, and is the world’s first Ancient Kauri wooden Bluetooth speaker.
Its creators explain a little more about this very unique Bluetooth speaker and the materials used to create it:
“Ancient Kauri is the oldest timber in the world that can be hand-crafted into wooden pieces of art. Native to New Zealand, Ancient Kauri has been preserved underground in a perfectly balanced bog environment. Coming from the Kauri forests that grew 45 to 50 millenniums ago, some of these Kauri trees grew for 600 to 2,000 years before falling from natural causes. Buried under a peat swamp by an unexplained act of nature, the trees have survived the centuries underground, sealed in a chemically balanced environment that has preserved the timber in perfect condition. Today, the Ancient Kauri logs are being extracted from the north island of New Zealand.”
“Born in a small family-owned woodworking workshop in Burbank, California, Petite Square is the result of utilizing unique craftsmanship skills that were passed from our past generations. Our passion of working with rare and precious woods took another phase when we heard and felt the harmonical beauty of a violin made with 50,000 years old Ancient Kauri wood. The prominence of the sensation was so substantial that we promised ourselves to bring the natural harmonical and aesthetical beauty of the Ancient Kauri wood to music enthusiasts. To achieve our vision we asked the help of a two renowned local sound engineers to develop the world’s first Ancient Kauri wooden Bluetooth speaker.”
The Petite Square speaker is currently over on the indiegogo website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think Petite Square is something you could benefit from, visit the indiegogo website now to make a pledge and help Petite Square become a reality.
Source: IndiegogoFiled Under: Concepts & Design