Its the acoustic properties of porcelain which were discovered by Joon & Jung, making the function precise as well as the simple form and structure combined with the materials, unique in its own way.
‘Amplified inside the ceramic and wood transmission construction, the sound gains a slight echo, creating a natural feeling of resonance, resembling the distinct flair of an acoustic instrument right in front of you’.

the natural speaker from Studio Joon&Jung on Vimeo.


 WORLDCHANGING 2.0: REVISED AND UPDATED (a users guide for the 21st Century) by Alex Steffen and Sagmeister Inc.

I read the first version back in 2008 found it very useful for gaining knowledge and understanding on the ‘changes’ going around the world. More to it…
you just have to read it!  (Order online)
‘Worldchanging 2.0 is an urban book, focusing on cities and the systems we need to change to make them carbon-neutral, zero-waste, walkable and equitable engines of prosperity. It’s an ambitious book, full of the kinds of bold thinking we need to engage with to build a truly bright green future: climate foresight and planetary thinking; sustainable design innovations and passivhaus buildings; walksheds, ubiquitous technology and sharing systems; biomimicry and green chemistry;…


Nice thinking….

Some key information on the subject it self. It’s similar to what we were taught, but reading through I  came across afew good points.Design Council – The design process

….’Different designers manage the process of design in different ways. But when we studied the design process in eleven leading companies, we found striking similarities and shared approaches among the designers we talked to. In this section we show one way of mapping the design process, and give more detail on the key activities in each of the process’s four stages…’