This plaster piece is a three-dimensional study of a concept radio, designed based on the theory of Design Naturally. The Theory of Design Naturally is the title of my master’s thesis in Industrial design, written in 2012, which proposes a collection of principles for product designers to deal with the matter of complexity in forms. This proposal is built upon a less reductionist approach to observing the “reality” of forms in nature. The presented case study is an attempt to present the capacity of this theory in pushing the boundaries of the modernistic design language in terms of form, function, and aesthetics.