Milan Design Week 2019: Bang & Olufsen’s Beovision Harmony TV System

Oak and aluminum panels fan out to reveal a future-forward screen

With screens in our pockets, on our wrists and atop our desks, their omnipresence often impedes two desirable tenets of a home: peace and harmony. With impeccable attention to detail—and a history of design precision and technological advancement—Bang & Olufsen hopes to change this. The Beovision Harmony system—which includes an LG OLED C9 77-inch TV—partially conceals its slender, future-forward screen. Two elegant panels partially disrupt …

Samsung’s “The Frame” Smart TV and Art Display

Yves Behar lends his design vision to a sensor-laden visual tool for the home

Announced at CES this year, The Frame isn’t your average Samsung smart TV. At its core, of course, is a flat-screen UHD television, but with its proper unveiling today, the Yves Behar-designed display takes a queue from CH favorite Electric Objects and employs a library of curated art to display whenever the TV isn’t in use. The highly customizable item adjusts to everything from its …

Samsung’s Serif TV

Once again, Samsung has found a way to invigorate the television-manufacturing industry, where pixel density and refresh rate seem to be the only things that improve. After teaming up with Yves Behar to release an impressive curved screen, the South Korean company tapped furniture designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec to update a TV with more than just technical specs in mind. The result is the …