MAPUGUAQUÉN (meaning "the sound of the earth" in the language of the South American Mapuche people) is the world's first active sound system made of clay.
They fuse the state-of-the-art in electronics and amplification with ancestral craft techniques. Their acoustics were developed by renowned engineers in Germany. They are inspired in traditional aesthetics and hand-made of noble and organic materials by master craftsmen from Nacimiento, Chile.
Mapuguaquén reconcile in a sustainable way two methods of production that since the industrial revolution have been moving apart - crafts and technology.