Angeletti and Ruzza, of Italian household product manufacturer Fratelli Guzzini, have designed a cube-shaped CD case, C-Dream. Designed to hold up to nine CDs, the case can be stacked vertically with four others, and stacks can be combined with other blocks to create larger holders. Each case rotates independently, incorporates a device to align each CD and is available in transparent colours including red, blue, aquamarine and orange. The colours make the case suitable for ‘any room, from children’s bedrooms to living rooms,’ says a UK Fratelli Guzzini spokesman. The C-Dream launches in selected UK outlets in mid-November.
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