Beosound Edge - Bang & Olufsen

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A piece of art and an amazing sound in your home. Bang & Olufsen introduces a new color for their BeoSound Edge wireless speaker. Inspired by Art Deco movement in the 1920s, when Bang & Olufsen became new, with the new BeoSound Edge Brass Tone polished brass-tuned aluminum and Parisian Night Blue material for a warm atmosphere in line with leading trends.

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The round shape of the Beosound Edge offers two placement options. The first option is on the floor as a beautiful centerpiece, reinforced and mixed with the colors of the adjacent furniture. Option two is placed on the wall as a true gravity defying statement that divides spaces in the house. Proximity sensors detect when you approach the speaker, discreetly illuminating the aluminum touch interface. Adjusting the sound is just as magical as the sound coming out: you gently roll the Beosound Edge forward and backward to increase or decrease the volume. Touch Beosound Edge gently to change the volume moderately, or strongly and it will change more dramatically. You can release the Beosound Edge and this way it gently rolls back to its original position.

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The Beosound Edge was designed by Michael Anastassiades for Bang & Olufsen in 2018. Michael Anastassiades' work can be seen in permanent collections at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Crafts Council in London, the FRAC Center in Orleans France, the MAK in Vienna and Art Institute of Chicago.

For more information about the Beosound Edge collection, click here. For more info about Bang & Olufsen, click here.