Design Museum Shop: Microgem Headphones

Design Museum Shop: Microgem Headphones

Minimalism often makes for the coolest products. Take a closer look at these headphones because the picture doesn't really do them justice. These are awesome!

  • Influenced by post-1945 restoration projects, Le Corbusier developed the "Modulor", a universally applicable system of measurements somewhere between the metric system and feet and inches, designed to bring harmony to global indus... Influenced by post-1945 restoration projects, Le Corbusier developed the "Modulor", a universally applicable system of measurements somewhere between the metric system and feet and inches, designed to bring harmony to global industrial production. The system was based on a number of units of measurement related to the human body, which he harmonised and arranged within two infinitely expandable series of Fibonacci numbers. Published in 1950, the Modulor was first used comprehensively in the planning of the Unité d'Habitation in Marseille (1945-52), an icon of modern residential architecture. Presented in a round aluminium box with a certificate of authenticity, this genuine reproduction of the "Modulor" makes the perfect gift for any architect. Measuring tape: 3.9 cm x 236.2 cm Gift box: 5 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm