studio aisslinger: grid + display flatscreen LED TVs
studio aisslinger: grid + display flatscreen LED TVs
jul 26, 2011

studio aisslinger: grid + display flatscreen LED TVs

‘grid LED TV’, one of two flatscreen TVs designed by studio aisslinger for changhong electronics

designed by berlin and singapore -based studio aisslinger for china’s changhong electronics company, the ‘grid’ and ‘display’ flatscreen LED televisions use clean lines and uncluttered design in both the aesthetic and technical basis of the devices, which connect to a separate electrical box for the integration of external components.

the unusual power button on both TVs consists of a small circular cutaway equipped with a small sensor, into which a user inserts a finger to activate the device.

a separate module connected to the screen unit contains sockets for the connection of other audiovisual technology, providing easier access to the outlets than is possible with a standard screen, wherein the ports are fixed to the back of the device panel.

studio aisslinger: grid + display flatscreen LED TVs view of ‘grid LED TV’

studio aisslinger: grid + display flatscreen LED TVs detail on the technical grid

‘grid LED TV’ earns its name from the exposed technical grid on its housing, offering the impression of a fabric covering when viewed from a short distance, despite its industrial appearance when viewed from more closely.

studio aisslinger: grid + display flatscreen LED TVs ‘display LED TV’, the second model designed by studio aisslinger for changhong

studio aisslinger: grid + display flatscreen LED TVs full and closer views

studio aisslinger: grid + display flatscreen LED TVs various additional views of ‘display’ (far left) and ‘grid’ (center, right)

studio aisslinger: grid + display flatscreen LED TVs the original concept renders for ‘grid’ (left) and ‘display’ (right)

studio aisslinger: grid + display flatscreen LED TVs

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  • would very much like to know how to get one

    drumev says:
  • that’s actually sorta obscene

    dbkii says:
  • Dieter Rams is watching you!

    archibernd says:

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