Bang & Olufsen has unveiled its Beovision Harmony television, which can fold down into a sculptural form when not in use, at Milan design week.
The Beovision Harmony sits low on the floor, with two oak and aluminium covers partially obscuring the black screen.
When the TV is turned on, these panels fan out “like a butterfly opening its wings” and the thin OLED screen rises above them, to what is described as a perfect viewing height.
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