Published on : Saturday, November 14, 2015
From the ground up, Sonos Studio London is a singular space designed to elevate the experience of listening to music as an art form of its own. Nestled in London’s now hip inner city district of Shoreditch, the building-as-sound-system, is an old brick structure which originally began as a printworks.
Inside and out, the industrial ancestry is preserved, while sound engineering delivers a main listening room with an acoustically tunable modular ceiling, and a second-floor workshop area, and two more intimate listening spaces. Furnishings and a curated collection of art that speaks to sound history complete the audio-immersive environment. At a little over three minutes, The Making of Sonos Studio London video covers the high points – for design fans, here’s more of the story design, art and technology behind this meticulously executed project.
Sonos Studio London is designed by Brinkworth, audio engineering by Miloco, art curated by Freddie Forsyth, bar/cafe operated by Magnus Reid. 21 Club Row, Shoreditch. Based in LA, Sonos is a specialist in wireless audio, a world leader in WiFi HiFi sound systems.
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