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Talia Sound

by Peace Chiu on Mar 26, 2015 in Products
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Inspired by one of the great muses in Greek mythology, Italian furniture maker Siderio creates Talia Sound for music and design lovers (Photo courtesy of Siderio)

Inspired by one of the great muses in Greek mythology, Italian furniture maker Siderio creates Talia Sound for music and design lovers (Photo courtesy of Siderio)

Inspired by one of the great muses in Greek mythology, Italian furniture maker Siderio creates a bookcase for music and design lovers

In Greek mythology, Talia was one of the great muses. She's a cheerful girl and the daughter of Zeus and Mnemoise. Italian furniture maker Siderio has transposed her grace into a bookcase that gives space to those who has just a limited one.

Talia Sound is a combination of Talia, the best-selling bookcase of the young brand based in Brescia, Italy, and advanced music technologies. The bookcase has a slender verticality, made of clean lines and defined geometries. Insert an iPhone, iPod, USB drive, SD card, or any MP3 device into the dock, and music spreads through the speaker and subwoofer, and fills the air.

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