AIRE Speaker

AIRE is the speaker that links sound and nature. While relaxing, working, or during a warm conversation, AIRE brings the organic sound and atmosphere that each moment requires. This eco-friendly speaker, portable and wireless, provides a rich bass depth, and a pristine treble sound that gives clarity to the sound spectrum.

What makes AIRE different?

The production of ecological speakers AIRE is a collective project of environmental recovery. The property in which AIRE is created has an area of ​​15 hectares, and is located in the Rioverde canton, province of Esmeraldas, Ecuador. The property is 1 kilometer away from the small fishing village of Paufí, where 60% of the population is Afro-Ecuadorian.

The project includes the recovery of native wood species (such as mahogany, cedar, moral, and guachapelí) combined with a sense of respect for the native forest surrounded by valleys, and the production of commercial species such as teak and laurel. Since its inception in 2000, the recovery project has planted around 10,000 trees of different species.

Only wood is used in the creation of the environmentally friendly AIRE speakers. This wood has no commercial use and does not come from felling trees, but rather it’s discarded, waste, or from the trees that die in the farm. Through a creative process, new life is given to this fine wood, ​​recovering it to create the AIRE speakers.

Each speaker is one of a kind, made from the different types of wood, and it’s not mass-produced but unique in each part. Master carpenters carve each piece, respecting the nature of the wood. The AIRE speakers are part of a series of art pieces, painted by hand by local artists from Ecuador.

AIRE is made locally as part of a global view, combining the organic and simple with new mobile devices, bridging nature and people, and created with respect in the spirit of sustainable coexistence.

What makes AIRE different?

The production of ecological speakers AIRE is a collective project of environmental recovery. The property in which AIRE is created has an area of ​​15 hectares, and is located in the Rioverde canton, province of Esmeraldas, Ecuador. The property is 1 kilometer away from the small fishing village of Paufí, where 60% of the population is Afro-Ecuadorian.

The project includes the recovery of native wood species (such as mahogany, cedar, moral, and guachapelí) combined with a sense of respect for the native forest surrounded by valleys, and the production of commercial species such as teak and laurel. Since its inception in 2000, the recovery project has planted around 10,000 trees of different species.

Only wood is used in the creation of the environmentally friendly AIRE speakers. This wood has no commercial use and does not come from felling trees, but rather it’s discarded, waste, or from the trees that die in the farm. Through a creative process, new life is given to this fine wood, ​​recovering it to create the AIRE speakers.

Each speaker is one of a kind, made from the different types of wood, and it’s not mass-produced but unique in each part. Master carpenters carve each piece, respecting the nature of the wood. The AIRE speakers are part of a series of art pieces, painted by hand by local artists from Ecuador.

AIRE is made locally as part of a global view, combining the organic and simple with new mobile devices, bridging nature and people, and created with respect in the spirit of sustainable coexistence.

What makes AIRE different?

The production of ecological speakers AIRE is a collective project of environmental recovery. The property in which AIRE is created has an area of ​​15 hectares, and is located in the Rioverde canton, province of Esmeraldas, Ecuador. The property is 1 kilometer away from the small fishing village of Paufí, where 60% of the population is Afro-Ecuadorian.

The project includes the recovery of native wood species (such as mahogany, cedar, moral, and guachapelí) combined with a sense of respect for the native forest surrounded by valleys, and the production of commercial species such as teak and laurel. Since its inception in 2000, the recovery project has planted around 10,000 trees of different species.

Only wood is used in the creation of the environmentally friendly AIRE speakers. This wood has no commercial use and does not come from felling trees, but rather it’s discarded, waste, or from the trees that die in the farm. Through a creative process, new life is given to this fine wood, ​​recovering it to create the AIRE speakers.

Each speaker is one of a kind, made from the different types of wood, and it’s not mass-produced but unique in each part. Master carpenters carve each piece, respecting the nature of the wood. The AIRE speakers are part of a series of art pieces, painted by hand by local artists from Ecuador.

AIRE is made locally as part of a global view, combining the organic and simple with new mobile devices, bridging nature and people, and created with respect in the spirit of sustainable coexistence.

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