SUSTAINABLE

DESIGN

Since the launch of our TMA-1 headphones in 2010, we have been committed to doing things better. Through sustainable design, modular functionality and recycled materials we extend the longevity of every product, creating less waste for the planet.

Sustainable Design

Driven by a sustainable design philosophy since 2010, and informed by a heritage of Scandinavian design, we create products far beyond trend-driven aesthetics, extending the longevity of every product.

Modular Functionality

Our fundamental belief is that life is rarely static. Modularity introduced in 2015, serves the highly nuanced expectations and needs of discerning audio consumers. With the ability to upgrade and expand as technology or the user evolves, we extend the functional lifetime and create less waste for the planet.

Recycled Materials

Now in 2020, we continue our innovation in audio product design by seeking out and developing the most precisely effective materials for each component of the technical, aesthetic and listening experience for all products.

OUR PROGRESS

THIS YEAR

Our new packaging is made from recycled materials, and has been minimized in size and weight, reducing our packaging CO2 footprint by 80%.

By the end of the year, we implement recycled plastic in our headphones reaching a total of 50% reduction in CO2 footprint.

WHY

MODULARITY

MATTERS

Why Modular Electronics Matter, Even After High-Profile Failures. Audio design company AIAIAI believes modularity has a place in electronics. Here’s why according to Fast.Co.