Homedia Television by Smool

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It’s a bit strange to see how much the modern television has evolved over so many decades, changing in almost every aspect except the allure of its exterior. This new design by Robert Bronwasser of Smool, dubbed the “Homedia television,” gives the set a bright, spritely makeover more in step with modern decor and fashion. A common, bland device that is omnipresent in any home now possesses a prominent look, complete with faux designer tag and matching cord. Will be shown during Milan Design Week 2013 at Ventura Lambrate.

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