The Sonos Soundalier is made for those who cherish the sense of sound over sight. An uncommon combination between a sound system and a chandelier, it hangs from the ceiling like the latter but in place of the typical light bulbs it has a bunch of small speakers. Shaped like a tree branch, these small Play: 3 speakers can be considered the Sonos Soundalier's leaves.
Commissioned by Cool Hunting, the Sonos Soundalier was created by New York-based industrial designer Lindsey Adelman. Working in collaboration with Brooklyn-based jewelry designer Kiel Mead, they teamed up with international audio company Sonos to create the striking sound system. The Sonos Soundalier is to be the centerpiece for the Sonos Listening Library, which will be held at The Standard East Village during the NYC Design Week.
The Sonos Soundalier is a Custom Audio Set for the NYC Week
1. Audio-visual Installations - Businesses could explore integrating sound systems with visual displays to create unique immersive experiences.
2. Multipurpose Furniture - Furniture manufacturers could experiment with combining different functions, such as sound systems and lighting, to create multifunctional pieces.
3. Customized Sound Systems - Custom sound systems could become a new trend in high-end interior design, as consumers look for unique and personalized experiences.
1. Interior Design - Interior designers and architects could explore new possibilities for integrating technology and sound systems into their designs.
2. Furniture - Furniture manufacturers could create pieces with integrated sound systems that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
3. Audio Technology - Companies that specialize in audio technology could explore new markets and collaborations with designers and furniture manufacturers to create innovative new products.