When choosing the right Speakers you’ll want to consider price, quality and look. Home audio speakers are designed for quality and sometimes can go beyond the boundaries with design. In this collection we’ve found  25 Fun and Cool Speaker Designs which look unique and stylish. Some of these 25 Fun and Cool Speaker Designs are also for sale, take a look at the speaker designs below and see which one you’d love to own!




Beatpack is a wireless portable speaker with airplay and bluetooth compatibility. It can be transformed into a shape of a lunch box which provides increased portability to the user, and keeps the drivers from external damage. The design concept is a compact and bold metal box packed with musical beats. (Designer: Jonghna Lee)

Computer Speakers Redesign


(Designer: Adeel Raza)

Change the Record


During a live performance to music, designer Paul Cocksedge and his team transformed old vinyl LPs into elegant vinyl speakers that amplify sound from smartphones through their shape alone – no need for wires or electricity. Old LPs gathering dust are given new life – and the music lives on! Visitors are encouraged to bring their own 12” record to see it transformed into a unique object. (Designer: Miguel Vaz)

2.1 Speaker System


(Designer: Vuk Nemanja Zoraja)

Kef Q1


As a project and to further satisfy my need to know the mechanics of something I deconstructed a KEF Speaker and its housing. I redesigned the Enclosure and it’s styling resulting in this concept. Personal Project. (Designer: Paul Mckenna)

Magic Spheres

In order to have a more enjoying music, make around space harmonious with your favorite music. (Designer: Morteza Faghihi)


This is a simple speaker with three speaker elements in one 20 cm diameter ball or globe. It voices out in every direction so there is no need to try to direct it, thus visually it can be this simple. It can be either hanging from the ceiling or just standing on a table. The case could me just plastic mesh or covered with textured fabric. (Designer: Sanne Salovaara)


Of course, these are not speakers, per se, but hey, they’re still technically a pair of little speakers. HEARRING’ is about taking the concept of ‘urban lifestyle’ to the next level. The crystal functions as the ‘call control button’, using the crystal clarity to represent the earphone status by different colors. (Designer: Kfir Schwalb Kfir)

Sound Garden

JVC created modular multi-directional speakers and subwoofer powered by an internal amplifier. It’s also made of totally renewable, sustainable materials as summarily represented by the cute little bonsai. (Designer: JVC)

Subsonic Chair

The Subsonic chair is like sitting on a rocket. 300 watts of pure bass will literally move you around the room with two subwoofers, two midrange, and two high end tweeters. Simply plug your game machine into the ports on the back of the chair, and hang on. (Designer: Greg Ball)


A little bud sometimes sprouts from a gap of stones or rocks. This is like a sound coming out from earphone hole connected to a cold machine like mp3 player or other music player. A bud split opens from a gap motived our design. You can set up on a flowerpot-shaped cradle and use it whenever you need it. Leafbud is made of flexible material. You can connect Leafbud to any music player that has earphone jack and enjoy your music through upside of leaf which is speaker hole. (Designers: Seungmin Jun + Jun Seungmin, Jeon Hwan Ju, Yang Soon Young, Kim Ji Soo, Jeong Song Eun, Son Won Ho)

Peas Speakers

Each pod holds 7 wireless bluetooth speakers. Only one possesses the one ring to rule them all because it controls global volume. Each sphere is powered by a lithium ion rechargeable via induction when placed in the pod. The system doesn’t do surround sound since it can’t separate channels, but it’s a good way to fill a large area with a mixed stereo track. (Designer: Lu Le)


“Hendekagram” is an extension of earphones, it can be connected to various portable audio equipment such as an mp3 player, an ipod and a computer. (Designer: qed)


It’s thin, it’s compact and really fills a room with sound. (Designer: Oliver Thiele)

Dreyfuss Special

The product takes its name from Henry Dreyfuss, fellow industrial designer, whose most enduring design is a series of phones which were used over the world for 50 years. (Designers: Lee & Kim)

Nautilus Speakers

The Bowers & Wilkins Nautilus is recognised worldwide as an outstanding loudspeaker which continues to shape the direction of the audio industry to this day. Much sought after by cognoscenti, it has been unashamedly designed with the serious audiophile in mind, not only because of its size and shape but also because of its active design – the crossover network is positioned between the pre and power amplifiers. (Designer: Bowers & Wilkins )

Orb Speaker

The speaker cones are attached to a spider-like structure which is invisible from the outside. (Designer: Pieter Maes)

Ferguson Speakers

With a high level of clarity, detail and dynamics, these precision moulded speakers were created for music connoisseurs. (Designer: Ferguson Hill)


A speaker is a device that converts electrical energy into sound waves. It’s also someone who expresses in language. So if you combine those two definitions together to form some sort of iconic gesture to retain both aspects, you get the Speak-er. (Designer: Sherwood Forlee)

Moonlight Speakers

The polyethylene spheres can be used inside your living room or out on your deck to get the party mood going, streaming groovy tunes along with their energy-efficient LED light. (Designer: Moonlight USA)

Woofer Speakers

These woofers hold the midst between an addition to your sound system and your loyal 4 footed companion. They are engineered by a professional audio studio, and sound remarkably well. (Designer: Sander Mulder)

Pig Speakers

Japan’s I.D.E.A. has created a new set of free-standing speakers that resemble cute little pigs. Available in white, black, gold, or pink, the ceramic objects have a built in circular speaker in their bellies and an audio jack where the tail would have been to connect your ipod or mp3 player. (Designer: I.D.E.A.)


A ceramic form, simple and organic in shape, is gently contoured and designed to amplify and optimize sound output. (Designer: en&is)

500 XL

Sometimes bigger IS really better, especially when it comes to sound. (Designer: Fred&Friends)


Hive is a simulated surround sound speaker system. As of now the market only has two options – either spread speakers around the room for the real experience or invest in a sound bar which usually consists of a long bar housing anywhere between 8-30 small speakers pointing in every direction for a simulated experience. (Designer: Oskar Daniel)