Diwiks is a confluence of impeccable sound and exquisite design.
What began as an experiment in restoring 20th century radios soon evolved into an endeavour to create elegant speaker units with state-of-the-art sound. Each piece is hand-crafted by a team of artisans, technicians and designers in meticulous collaboration. The aesthetic is rooted and familiar, yet effortlessly timeless. Each Diwiks is uniquely designed, numbered and inscribed with the owner’s name to make it truly one of a kind. Our speakers are sustainably created with long-lasting materials, carefully reclaimed and polished by our expert craftsmen. Our work has also been showcased at GallerySKE in Bangalore, and at India Art Fair, 2020. A bridge between old and new, technology and craftsmanship, Diwiks speakers are poised to become heirlooms of the future.
Our signature two way amplifier was created in collaboration with leading sound designers and consultants. Our team of technicians and artisans work together to create an acoustically-proficient corkwood casing that ensures flawless resonance and sound quality.
Art Deco Meets 2020Kasturi Niwas Collection
Diwiks at No. 8Black and Gold Collection
No CurvesBlack and Gold Collection
Yes CurvesBlack and Gold Collection
Remade for SKEBangalore 2019
One of a KindColorbar Anniversary Edition
One at a TimeWalnut Collection
Remade in IndiaMauricette
In our commitment to sustainability, our studio works exclusively with reclaimed wood. All aspects of production, from the speakers themselves to the eco-friendly packaging, is made-to-order, so there is no surplus and nothing goes to waste. One of our core beliefs is that luxury can, and should, be sustainable–it was Diwik’s eye for finding value in the old and unused that first prompted him to repurpose old radios. True to our motto, each speaker is a piece of antiquity, REMADE IN INDIA.
Studio Kasturi Kraft
Founded in the 15th century, Bikaner was one of the more prosperous cities in the Indian subcontinent, and even today is home to a wealth of artistic heritage. As a studio, we hope to carry forward the design traditions that are native to the city, employing local artisans in the business, and also providing a collaborative space for practitioners. Our studio has a designated space for carpet weaving, another for restoring old furniture, and also hosts a notable collection of artefacts. We are happy to host tours of our studio, so please do get in touch.