Named Cornucopia, this concept thought up by designer Charlotte Teneza is a loudspeaker that immediately stands out for its appearance, reminiscent of the amplification device of a gramophone, ancestor of the record player with integrated loudspeaker which reproduced the music recorded on so-called metal phonographic discs, in the 19th century.
Cornucopia, Bluetooth speaker and headphone rest
Its particular shape also makes it a stand for your Bluetooth headphones, so it won't lie anywhere. But more than a practical storage system, the Cornucopia offers an interesting feature: when you put the headphones on it, the music it was broadcasting is immediately transferred to be reproduced by the speaker, so as not to lose a crumb of your favorite tracks. The opposite maneuver also works. Source: Yankodesign