SONOS Listening Library featuring "Soundalier" and SCALE, a curated show presented by Cool Hunting, Architizer and Dwell
SONOS Listening Library featuring "Soundalier"
SCALE, a curated show presented by Cool Hunting, Architizer and Dwell
NOHO Design District Festival
May 18-21, 2012, 12pm - 7pm daily
with a panel discussion on
Sound, Space and Object: The Intersection of Interior Design, Architecture and Acoustics
The Standard East Village
25 Cooper Square, New York, NY 10003
SONOS Listening Library
The Sonos Listening Library, located at The Standard East Village, is a custom space debuting one-of-a-kind furniture and design pieces along with Sonos home audio speakers to create the optimal, high-quality music listening experience. The focal point will be a custom Sonos "Soundalier" created by Kiel Mead and Lindsey Adelman. The "Soundalier" utilizes Adelman's contemporary iron chandeliers with the lighting replaced by Sonos' Play: 3 wireless speakers. Suspended above the custom designed room, the sound from above creates an unparalleled listening experience.
Other designers and studios showcasing work include: Brendan Kiem, Taylor Mckenzie-Veal, Evan Dublin, Peter Oyler, Brendan Timmins, Tim Richartz, Ashira Isreal, Reed Wilson, Henry Julier, Ian Geoghegan, Michael Cummings, Hästens Beds with work from The Future Perfect.
SCALE presented by Cool Hunting, Architizer and Dwell
A curated collection of objects that explore the relationship between architecture and furniture, at the scale of a chair.
Online tastemakers Cool Hunting and Architizer join forces with Dwell magazine to curate a collection of objects that explore the relationship between architecture and furniture. The pieces speak to a new generation of architects who are testing radical ideas about materiality, computation, and fabrication — all at the scale of a chair. Featuring furniture, objects and prototypes by Snarkitecture, Drura Parrish, Jonah Takagi, Patrick Gavin, Seth Alec Keller, Thaddeus Wolfe, Bec Brittain, Studio Dror and more.
Architecture is seldom just about walls, floors and ceilings — it’s also about the pieces that fill those spaces and define how they are used. The collection will be on display at the The Standard, East Village as part of the Noho Design District. The collected pieces, on view from May 18th to 21st, speak to a young generation of architects who are testing radical ideas about materiality, computation, and fabrication—all at the scale of the chair.
Cool Hunting, Architizer and Dwell Present: Sound, Space and Object: The Intersection of Interior Design, Architecture and Acoustics
May 18, 2012; 5pm to 6pm
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Exploring the choices made by architects and interior designers to create the perfect auditory interior environment. Moderated by Cool Hunting, Architizer and Dwell, the panel will discuss what it takes to create unique, sonically-tuned venues. The Sonos culture team will discuss the concept, design and build of the newly completed Sonos Studio.
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In 2002, we set out with a goal – to reinvent home audio for the digital age. Our vision was simple - fill every home with music and make listening a valued experience again. We’re making it easy for everybody to listen to the music they love in every room of their home. To hear the songs they love, to discover new music they never knew existed, and to appreciate it all with the highest sound quality.
We’re doing it all over the world – In more than 60 countries, in seven languages through thousands of retailers. We’re constantly looking for ways to improve the experience – with new products, new software and continually investing in ways to provide our customers the best experience possible. We’re doing what we set out to do. Changing the way people listen to music – one home at a time.
About Kiel Mead
The Sonos Listening Library was curated by Kiel Mead. Kiel is a designer and the Director of the American Design Club (AmDC) an organization that exists to encourage and promote the efforts of both emerging and established designers. Fostering camaraderie and connections between designers while creating a platform for the sharing of inspiration, ideas, and resources are part of the foundation for both Kiel and the AmDC.
About Lindsey Adelman
Lindsey Adelman and her team design and build each fixture to order in their Manhattan studio. Working closely with an extensive group of local suppliers and master craftspeople includingglassblowers, machine shops, platers, and casters has allowed the work to evolve naturally over the past five years. This refined manufacturing process coupled with an adventurous approach to custom work drives constant innovation. We welcome open client collaboration and many of these long-standing relationships and projects have pushed the work to new levels functionally and aesthetically.
About Cool Hunting
Cool Hunting is synonymous with seeking inspiration—our stories and videos highlight creativity and innovation in design, technology, style, culture, food and travel. With a global team of editors and contributors we create our award-winning publication, consisting of daily updates and weekly mini-documentaries. Founded in February 2003 as a designer's personal reference, we now have an international audience of like-minded creative people, who find our content on coolhunting.com. Cool Hunting was created by Josh Rubin and Evan Orensten. www.coolhunting.com
Architizer connects architects to a vibrant network of peers, fans, and potential clients. Since launching in 2009, we've become the largest and fastest-growing database of architecture online. Architizer runs competitions, list jobs, and host offline events all over the world. The blog publishes the most relevant design content on the web, attracting an audience of millions who discuss and share through social media. www.architizer.com