Homedia TV by Robert Bronwasser

Category: Design Published on 07 Apr, 2013 Tags: , , , ,
Homedia TV by Robert Bronwasser - Smool

On the occasion of the Milan Design Week 2013 industrial designer Robert Bronwasser of Smool will be presenting the Homedia concept, a TV dressed in fabric in order to give it a natural position within the larger interior design.

“Watching TV is a social phenomenon. We love it. But while the number of channels in the past twenty years has quadrupled, the industrial design of the TV exterior did not evolve” says Robert Bronwasser.

Homedia TV by Robert Bronwasser - Smool

The Homedia concept “redefines the definition of ‘television’, crossing its technical functions with its future role in the home decor.”

Homedia TV Concept will be shown at “Enjoy Everyday design” exhibition during Milan Design Week at Ventura Lambrate.

Homedia TV by Robert Bronwasser - Smool Homedia TV by Robert Bronwasser - Smool

Enjoy everyday design
Via Ventura 6 | Milan
April 9 – 14 | open 10.00-20.00 (sunday 14th till 18.00)

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