From the satellite dish-looking BeoPlay A9 to the BeoLab 90 shaped like a dodecahedron, Bang & Olufsen continuously proves that unimaginative designs have no place in the world of quality audio.
Its latest BeoSound Shape is no different. The hexagonal wireless speaker is designed to be modular, and can be laid out in an infinite number of ways to suit the user’s preferences. While a minimum of six tiles is needed, the sky’s the limit when it comes to deciding the final composition.
Echoing the BeoSound Shape’s three-dimensional design, users can choose from a range of colours and textiles, each bearing different shades for an added pop of colour. Stick to the Bang & Olufsen colour palette, or better yet, mix and match with Danish textile manufacturer Kvadrat’s offerings, available in four exclusive coloured wool fabrics including Moss Green and pink.