Most of us spend more time at home than at anywhere else, with Sonos having gone to great lengths to improve the experience of people within their own homes. For their latest collaboratory project, Sonos has taken this journey to even further depths, with conceptualised living spaces produced working with some of China's leading design minds.
At the Sonos Guomao store in Beijing, plant and flower design gurus MOSS have curated a study and living room that populates a living space with angular botanic furnishings. These are coupled with Sonos Play 1, Play 3, Play 5 and sub speakers breathing new life into the traditional home environment through vision and sound. With scientific evidence that both music and plants can have a positive effect on human emotions, the installation also serves as a capsulated exploration of modern healthy living.
Meanwhile at Zaozuo interior furnishings stores in Beijing and Shanghai, Sonos has teamed up with contemporary artist 50 Franc to express his vision of life in our new digital society. His room concept serves as a glimpse of the world in the artist's signature pixellated form, breaking down the barriers between the home and the digital world, enabled by the soundtrack of the Sonos audio system.
All events were conceptualised and executed by the Pure team.
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