Turn It Up

  • Photo by Durston Saylor
    Photo by Durston Saylor
  • Samantha Brooks

Retro design meets modern technology in the megaphone-style acoustic dock from the Italian company en&is. The speaker system, which appeared in Robb Report Home & Style’s March/April issue (see “Water’s Edge,” page 76), connects to an iPhone or iPod to project sound, whether that sound is music or a phone call. The sleek and sculptural ceramic device, priced from about $520 to $785, sits atop a wooden base for increased vibration and comes in a range of finishes, including white, black, copper, and gold.

en&is, www.enandis-shop.it

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