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    Bang & Olufsen completes Bronze Collection with four new products

    A selection of the complete Bronze Collection was showcased at the renowned avant-garde gallery Spazio Rossana Orlandi during Milan Design Week 2019…

    With its earthy aluminium bronze tone, bespoke multicoloured yarn from Kvadrat and premium walnut wood, Bang & Olufsen’s Bronze Collection takes inspiration from the architectural and interior trends of using warm colours and contrasting materials.

    Bang & Olufsen completes the collection by adding four new products: the Beovision Eclipse TV, the iconic Beolab 18 and Beolab 50 loudspeakers and the Beoplay H9i noise-cancelling headphones.

    Iconic gallerist, curator and doyenne of design Rossana Orlandi is showcasing a selection of the Bronze Collection in her gallery during Milan Design Week— a testament that technological products becoming a more integral part of the interior; they are no longer hidden, but exposed as genuine pieces of art.

    “I have been a fan of Bang & Olufsen for many years and have always appreciated their simplicity and formal purity, in addition to their great quality, of course. I find that they have maintained a coherent philosophy evolving and growing over the years, to create collaborations with big names of design like Michael Anastassiades who designed an exceptional product, where interaction with the user becomes an integral part of the object itself”, says Rossana Orlandi on her collaboration with Bang & Olufsen.

    Installation: Halo – Celebration of Light

    Since the gallery opened in 2002 in Milan’s Magenta neighborhood, it has been the eclectic frontrunner and esteemed platform for avant-garde design and lifestyle. On the first floor of the gallery, the Rossana Orlandi home is adorned with various Bang & Olufsen speakers, and in the basement, Mandalaki Design Studio has incorporated the Beoplay H9i headphones into a holistic, site-specific installation bordering art and industrial design, dream and reality. Light and Sound will become tangible elements, creating a unique and metaphysical sensorial path. The sound is created by artist Sergio Ratti and is experienced through the most luxurious Bang & Olufsen headphones, the bronze Beoplay H9i.

    Main image credit: Bang & Olufsen

    Hamish Kilburn / 02.05.2019

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