Published: July 7, 2022 | By: American Luxury Staff
Continuing to ride at the forefront of TV design is LG. The company’s previous high-end offerings have sometimes been designed to double as art installations, projecting a masterpiece – or a series of them – during downtime.
LG’s newest series, the OLED Objet Collection, deepens the connection between screen and canvas a little deeper. The company enlisted Dutch design firm Moooi to create the new TVs, which are designed to look like working art materials and feature a print or magazine storage hard copy function on the back. The new decors were unveiled for Milan Design Week.
With two models – called Chevalet and Posé – the range covers a lot of bases for TV buyers whose sensibilities when selecting a set consider interior design fundamentals. The smallest OLED series entry in the Objet collection is the 42-inch set; for most buyers, the 48-inch or 55-inch will probably do. The series concludes with the 65-inch easel, which includes a removable Kvadrat fabric remote cover.