Copenhagen: Wireless Speaker So Good, You Want To See It, Hear It And Never Let It Go

Created by Danish company Vifa is the Stockholm, a simple yet elegant wireless speaker that features a specially-woven cover by textile design company Kvadrat.

Copenhagen weaves years of refined craftsmanship with contemporary lifestyle. With its light Nordic design, the loudspeaker plays elegantly together with the surroundings, while it fills your room with great sound from virtually any music source. Simple to use and portable, Copenhagen lets you create the atmosphere to suit your moment.

The Nordic design is a distinct characteristic of Copenhagen. Keynotes are respect for materials, for details, and for the user. The music listener’s experience has been key to the realization of simple, yet desirable solutions. The loudspeaker for anyone who values exclusive design just as much as great sound.

The Nordic design of Copenhagen is reflected in its shape and in the choice of materials. Contrasts interplay with each other; the warm, rough ‘look and feel’ of the textile against the smooth, matte polished aluminum frame. The discretely embossed logo and embroidered volume buttons complement the understated look of Copenhagen.

To highlight your experience, Copenhagen comes in six selected colors. Each color has its own vibrant character. Energetic, elegant or understated.

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