ReBraun MP3 Player Brings Post-War German Design to the 21st Century

Attention design nerds: prepare to drool. This ReBraun is an MP3 jukebox that's based on the "Audio 1 Kompaktanlage" designed by Dieter Rams in 1962, and it's awesome.

Replaing the radio scales are two TFT displays, and the antenna picks up a WiFi signal rather than FM radio. The case is made from aluminum, acrylic, steel and liquid crystal.

Want one? That'll be $15,600. But hey, it'd look totally sweet in your modernist Berlin apartment.

ReBraun MP3 Player Brings Post-War German Design to the 21st Century

ReBraun MP3 Player Brings Post-War German Design to the 21st Century

ReBraun MP3 Player Brings Post-War German Design to the 21st Century

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