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Austrian architecture & design studio KMKG Studio custom makes each 'iTree', an iPhone-docking sound system carved from a single tree from a forest in Austria. Each is sound engineered by the Austrian speaker company Lenz.

The iBamboo speaker is a very low-cost ($25) way to amplify sound, and with an attractive piece of cut bamboo. The design is extremely minimal and elegant. A carved slot for the iPhone straddles the divider between two compartments of bamboo, separating the stereo signal from the iPhone’s two bottom speakers, using the wood to amplify the sound.

The Megaphone is a hand-crafted “passive amplifier” for iPhones. It expands the music like old-school phonographs did back in the day: with an elegant, sound-amplifying horn. From Houzz Idea Book "6 Solutions for the iPhone Home"

Why would you invest in a beautiful outdoor area and use it to watch TV? I guess if it is in the middle of the city surrounded by buildings...but still enjoy the outside no matter what it is.

We have a bamboo forest in our backyard. I'm pretty excited to see what we can do with it and how to encorporate it into the house.

Bullhorn Speaker for IPhone, triples the sound, no batteries required. Four colors, $10 from

~~Kek Lok Si temple in Penang ~ bamboo detail by Bertrand Linet~~

Shrine in the bamboo grove. Whenever we get our first house the first thing I'm planting is some bamboo!!

Bamboo. Pinner I got this from has this marked as bamboo. It also looks like Dieffenbachia plant. #macro #photography

Escalera bambú by carolinazuarq, via Flickr

BAMBOO FACTS: Bamboos are also considered the world’s most ancient grasses, dating back some 30 to 40 million years