01 product description
In its elegant, organised simplicity, your interests, your most treasured possessions vibrate: visibly in book cases and on shelves, or concealed behind doors. In this way, everything is close at hand. Smart. Intelligence at your fingertips. You can't see them, but everything you need is there: pots, glasses, a tea service, DVDs, rare books, a valuable item, your HD digital camera, or even an old Rolleyflex and the trays for your beloved slides. Lower a door and your bar appears. Books and, among them, the objects you need vibrate in front of you, illuminated by an extremely white luminous screen. Most of all, it is sound that vibrates: from the television, your iPod (with just a touch a docking station for your Apple device appears from the SmartWall front panel) or any other sound source, even in wireless via Bluetooth. Because in the depths of SmartWall lies a powerful, new concept of soundbar with eight speakers set in a 20-litre compartment, which deliver the sonic thrill of deep bass tones. Your wall vibrates with images, naturally. One of the compartments that make up the wall unit switches on at your command, revealing a television, so that you can watch programmes, your films and soccer matches, and, which connected to internet, emits all the news, sounds and images coming from the universe. SmartWall, an organised, simple wall of great elegance. For your needs of today. And always.
02 All New Concepts Products
03 TagsAcerbis Articles, Acerbis Products, Company History, German Design, Massimo Castagna Products
04 Articles about Acerbis
What attitude do the Germans have toward their homes? This is an interesting question, which sociologist Alphons Silbermann pursued in his 1989 study “Neues vom Wohnen der Deutschen”. It is now to be updated with “Deutschland privat”, which has shown many German homes to be in almost perfect condition. Leo Lübke, the commissioner of the study, is delighted at the Germans’ affirmation of furniture as a cultural asset.› To the article
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Salone del Mobile 2010 has been and gone. Which of the new designs will endure, and which will swiftly be forgotten? The Stylepark ABC of the most persuasive new products predicts what may that future may be.