Yves Béhar's studio Fuseproject recently created an artful Samsung television that resembles a framed piece of art moreso than a piece of one's home entertainment system.
When added to the wall of one's home, the framed television is indistinguishable from an art piece, although it is actually a QLED smart television that displays artworks when not in use and only turns off when a room is empty. As Yves Béhar describes: "In our smaller homes and apartments, when a television is off, its black square takes up valuable real estate."
For the design of the frame on the Samsung TV, the team consulted museums from around the world and settled on a classic design that is available in black, white and wood veneer finishes to seamlessly fit into any home.
Artfully Framed Televisions
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