Sometimes you see a photo of a room that is interesting, but can't imagine living with it. This article in this morning's New York Times about the Sony Creative Center's new installation in Milan has some really beautiful and geometrically fascinating shapes applied to household sound systems. "Contemplating Monolithic Design" was designed by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, fully integrates home electronics into furnishings.
We see a lot of edgy interior design in the Palm Springs area, and I have a client in mind who would absolutely love this for their home. I'd love to see some applications of this in Bighorn Country Club or at The Reserve. If you are looking for abstract applications of residential electronics, check out the photos. You'll have fun trying to figure out the function of each object in the installation. It will be interesting to see how this kind of edgy design trickles down into more mainstream applications.