I live in a cave and I have no only, and there is a big ocean in between us. You will be disappointed to know I cannot make it. Sorry.
Sonos and SOFTlab light up the Sonos Studio
Sonos has collaborated with New York design studio SOFTlab to bring their Light House installation to the Sonos Studio Los Angeles.
Powered by SONOS PLAY:3, PLAY:5 and SUB, Light House sits in the middle of the Sonos Studio, and is comprised of four rooms. Each room is filled with not only Sonos speakers, but fluorescent light tubes that react to music and its different frequencies, from the SUB to the PLAY:3 tweeters . In other words, the installation literally shows how Sonos fills your home with music.
The Crystal Method will celebrate the opening of Light House with a live performance at 7pm Thursday, July 25. SOFTlab Principle Michael Szivos will be part of a short Q&A on the origin of the project (and the collaboration with Sonos).
Light House will be open for visitors at the Sonos Studio from July 25th until August 25th (Wednesday – Friday, 12-6pm). Visitors can interact with the exhibition by using the Sonos controller to select songs they like, and watch as each song evokes a unique reaction from the lights. We hope you can join us for this exciting exhibition. If you’re near the LA area, RSVP here.
3 Responses to “Sonos and SOFTlab light up the Sonos Studio”
Why do you never do anything like this in the UK?
how can I rsvp for the washed out performance?