Bang & Olufsen x David Lynch

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TwinPeaks le­gend David Lynch first brought his de­sign tal­ents into the spot­light back in 1997, when he de­signed fur­ni­ture for his film Lost High­way, be­fore go­ing on to present a fur­ni­ture col­lec­tion at the pres­ti­gious Mi­lan Fur­ni­ture Fair. In re­cent years the di­rec­tor has lent his de­sign prow­ess to au­dio tech, most no­tably with Bang & Olufsen. Art­work by David Lynch, his se­cond col­lab­o­ra­tion with the Dan­ish brand, com­prises the highly por­ta­ble Beo­play P2 (£175) and the more pow­er­ful, multi-room com­pat­i­ble Beo­play M5 (£700). Both speak­ers are em­bossed with select im­ages from Lynch’s War Be­tween the Shapes se­ries of works, cre­ated on paper in the 1970s, and from the ‘Paris Suite’ lith­o­graphs cre­ated in 2007 at the fine art print­ing stu­dio Idem in Paris. The speak­ers fea­ture a laser en­grav­ing of the di­rec­tor’s sig­na­ture, and are avail­able in lim­ited num­bers only, so act now if you want to in­fuse your home’s in­te­rior de­sign palette with au­dio tech with show­stop­per looks as well as sound, thanks to one of the world’s most in­no­va­tive di­rec­tors.

From £175, bang-olufsen.com/david­lynch

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