The highly anticipated Symfonisk collection, a result of the collaboration between IKEA and Sonos, will arrive in Australia on 27 September 2019.
August 1st, 2019
With the intention of democratising music and sound in the home, IKEA and Sonos have collaborated to unveil two products as part of the Symfonisk collection.
As part of an exploration to inject smarter design objects into homes at an affordable price, this range is part of the IKEA Home Smart products that can be controlled via the IKEA Home Smart application.
“Sound enhances our life at home and the collaboration will enable many more people to create an atmosphere in the home with great design and sound,” says IKEA Australia spokesperson Mark Mitchinson. “Sound can act as a mood booster and is as important for creating the perfect atmosphere at home as any rug, art piece, or sofa. We are thrilled that IKEA has continued to explore the exciting world of audio, in collaboration with Sonos, to blend sound into the home.”
The Symfonisk Table Lamp is equipped with a wifi speaker and combines light and sound into one product in order to de-clutter the home. Challenging the traditional high-tech aesthetic of a lamp, this lamp-speaker spreads warm light and creates a luxurious ambience in either a black or white finish or sleeve.
The WiFi Bookshelf Speaker, on the other hand, can easily blend into the home whether it is kept on display or tucked away. Doubling as a shelf that can withstand weight up to three kilograms through a wall-supporting bracket, the Bookshelf Speaker can also be attached to a kitchen rail.
The Symfonisk Table Lamp and the Bookshelf Speaker are also compatible with Sonos’ other products.
Customers are invited to take part in an immersive demonstration using a bespoke listening box in-store at IKEA Tempe. Here, you will be able to experience how the new Symfonisk speaker range combines high-quality with beautiful design.
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