Owl Speaker by The Staron®

The Staron® Owl Speakers embody the owl as the symbol of wisdom – providing soothing sound in combination with amplifiers in addition to its quiet role.

The Staron® Owl Speakers embody the owl as the symbol of wisdom – providing soothing sound in combination with amplifiers in addition to its quiet role. It combines the design close to its eponym and technology by the loudspeakers and hidden connectors as a unique and useful item for home design.

The Staron® Owl Speakers were designed to combine both – unique design based on the head of an owl in the Staron® colours Pure White and Sunflower – and the technical components like loud speakers and integrated connectors for external amplifiers. Being featured on a trunk and standing on wooden legs, the Owl Speakers virtually point out the bond to the wood as the natural environment of its eponym.

Material- Staron Solid Surfaces Pure White, Sunflower 1,100(W) x 700(H) x 450(D) mm

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