A collaboration between the young designers and local craftsman, The Radio was made using traditional crafts and local wood.
The designers describe the product as an "object of everyday use that becomes cult-like, showing great power of media, loneliness in the contemporary society and the need of belonging to a community."
The product was on show as part of an exhibition of Polish design called UN-POLISHED.
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