Austrian designer Robert Stadler conceived the Pentaphone as a vertically adjustable isolation space that doubles as an intriguing piece of indoor furniture. Crafted from stained and varnished wood panels lined with acoustically absorbent foam, the Pentaphone may look more than a little sci-fi but why not? It’s hard to get any quieter than being in outer space.
Takamine TF87-PT - an acoustic-electric parlor guitar. This particular parlor guitar looks closer to an old parlor guitar than a modern acoustic-electric instrument, but it still carries Takamine's characteristic clean look and preamp placement. Although Takamine have ceased production of this model you can still get it at some online music stores.
The Bower range by Cult and Adam featuring our custom Ecoustic Miniflex panel Styling by Marsha Golemac and photography by Brooke Holm. The perfect way to incorporate acoustic panels into timeless design pieces.