Robert Brunner

Ammunition

Guest

Founder of Ammunition, a design firm based in San Francisco, California; former Senior Director of Industrial Design for Apple, during the phase when Steve Jobs was on hiatus from the company (1989-1996)

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Behind the Beats headphones lies a person, Robert Brunner, founder and head of Ammunition design and branding company in San Francisco, and Chief Designer for Beats since Jimmy Iovine…

Designer of Beats Headphones

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