The problem with this home theater is NOTHING. So cool, even Norbit would be fun to watch (with lots of adult beverages.)
James Biber from Pentagram designed this baby and it is incredibly wicked. It's 1500 square feet, with the perfect mood lighting and the funky retro bean bag chairs. Pass me another hit of Boone's Farm man, I'm trippin'.
Implications - Reminiscent of the 70s, this theater definitely reflects the retro themes that are prevalent in the consumer market today. This era's groovy and kaleidoscopic designs have undeniably presented themselves in the form of fashion designs, home decor and even in architecture within the present-day society, proving that many businesses may be able to benefit from this old-school theme by implementing it onto a variety of other products.
60s Home Theater Room
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1500 Square Feet of Retro Groovy
- By: Going Like SixtyFeb 29, 2008 Updated: Mar 24 2011