Sony unveiled their first ever exclusive conceptual exhibition at Milano Salone, where future design meets future technology. The exhibition, entitled Contemplating Monolithic Design explores the essence of Sony's 2010 Home Entertainment range, Monolithic Design; an innovation in lifestyle and content experiences.
The iconic Monolithic Design marks a new vision for both Sony’s design and user experience. The design essence was created from the idea of the most beautiful, simplified and minimal design, becoming as much part of the interior décor as a functional home entertainment design. With its networked functionality and unique minimalistic looks, the new BRAVIA with Monolithic Design offers an innovation in people’s lifestyles, redefining the living room as the centre of home entertainment. Whereas content is currently often accessed in isolation through smart phones or via laptops, the functionality of this new range means the TV can become the portal through which to access, aggregate and navigate ultimate, premium entertainment experiences; bringing people together to experience online and digital TV content in one place.
Functionality such as Wi-Fi connectivity and Sony’s BRAVIA Internet Video on the new range of TVs gives access to ‘catch-up’ TV and Internet services to open up a whole new world of entertainment possibilities not yet readily available through today’s TVs. Combined with Sony’s intuitive user interface on the new Monolith Home Entertainment product range, Sony is facilitating easier, faster access to additional, premium content.
The Milano Salone exhibition "Contemplating Monolithic Design" by Sony is open for public viewing from 14th to 19th April in the impressive space of Officine Stendhal at Via Stendhal 35.
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