There is a special connection between the design of daily life products, an interior and the user. We all have been through so much stimulating designs. In life, there is too much things surrounding us. People started to bound more with minimalist, smart designs. Designer Yves Béhar who is representing Fuse Project Studio created a TV-project for Samsung “The Frame” which looks like a framed artwork. He combined art with technology in an elegant way.
TV-set The Frame is invisible in the interior, it adjacents tightly to the wall and shows the pictures if it is not used for its intended purpose and it always turns off when there is no one in the room. This concept was born as the result of the designer’s desire to minimize the presence of the TV in small apartments or houses. Usually a black spot occupies a large area on the wall, often compromising the integrity of the decor.
New product “The Frame” can be mounted on the wall, being framed in different materials. Yves Béhar studied frames for paintings, which are exhibited in the most prestigious museums in the world, he created three Tv-sets at firsts: with white, black and wood veneer. The aim was to convert one of the must technological object of the interiors to an artwork. This product became a functional but elegant design which you can keep and enjoy it in many ways. A product which is satisfying the user in both morphological way and funcional way.
When The Frame TV-set is off and it is in the mode of showing the art, you can manage images choosing the work of your favorite artists or the certain style. On the screen you can also display your own work or photos. In addition, the brightness sensor customizes the picture depending on the room lighting. This way, your products starting not to act on its own, but the piece of an interior, piece of you.