Inspired by contemporary interior design and the Art Deco movement, the brass-toned products from Bang & Olufsen’s Cool Modern Collection are an ideal choice for a more elegant and warm home.
From faucets to furniture, appliances to audio equipment, brass-patinas have been sneaking their way into our homes for quite some time. Whereas harshly sterile metallics or gaudy golds were popular in recent decades, there has been a clear movement away from these design choices, particularly in the past few years. Instead, brass – with its earthy and warm hues – boasts a more classic and interesting history.
Bang & Olufsen’s new brass colour toned collection
The collection includes a wide selection of products. Some of these are:
A portable wireless speaker system with an impressive 360-degree sound performance, a solid aluminium exterior crafted for mobility and integrated access to all your streaming services.
BeoVision 14 television
A 4K Ultra HD LED TV featuring a world of connectivity options, integrated access to all your exciting apps and boasting a bigger and more immersive sound than most standalone speaker systems.
A contemporary interpretation of one of the brand’s most iconic speakers. BeoLab 18 delivers an exceptional wireless sound performance, total placement flexibility and carefully chosen materials that highlight the iconic shape of the loudspeaker.
Other products of the collection include BeoSound 2, a powerful wireless speaker system with a room-filling 360-degree sound performance, BeoSound 35, a high-end wireless speaker and all-in-one multiroom music system, BeoLab5, a state-of-the-art loudspeaker delivering radical performance and expression and BeoLab19, a progressive wireless subwoofer featuring a powerful and dynamic bass, among others.
Bang & Olufsen’s Cool Modern Collection takes us back to the booming brass bands from the Roaring ’20s, where glistening tubas and trumpets would blare “Begin the Beguine” while flappers in their straight-and-loose dresses and toned-down style, free of restrictions, would whirl around the room doing the Charleston. Now that brass is back, we think it’s time to revisit The Great Gatsby Era.