Dezeen Debate features Brian Eno’s “joyful” light-up turntable

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Ambient music pioneer Eno has unveiled an updated version of his illuminated record player featuring two eccentric Perspex circles. The turntable is being exhibited at London’s Paul Stolper Gallery.

Readers were enamoured with the design – one exclaimed, “I need one, right now!” Another praised its “joyful design,” remarking that “the world can use more joy.”

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Other stories in this week’s newsletter that fired up the comments section included the reveal of the finalists for this year’s Mies van der Rohe Award, Nendo’s lopsided glass design for Japan’s oldest beer brand and THISS Studio’s extension of an interwar house in east London.

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