About the project
House of Marley is an audio electronics company founded by the family of legendary musician Bob Marley. Perhaps most famous for their headphones and earbuds, the brand also manufactures speakers and turntables. In keeping with their namesake’s passion for environmentalism, sustainability is firmly rooted in their core.
Marley products are made from eco-friendly materials such as bamboo, recycled fabric and paper, recyclable aluminum, and FSC-certified wood – to name just a few! Something we kept in mind and informed us when designing this product.
The project outcome
To live up to the high sustainable standards of House of Marley, we built this display from (renewable) bamboo and white powder-coated 1.2mm steel, eliminating plastic wherever we could. The display, which comes in two sizes – 2’ and 4’ – boasts a 13.3” screen, and was designed with easy updates in mind, allowing products to be switched two to four times a year.
We included a custom-built track system, magnetic product IDs, and a hidden access door, all of which allow a single store employee to make quick changes to the display, without moving or turning it from its existing position. In short, this Is a product with an expansive shelf-life that is also stylish and user-friendly.