Integrating Tech Into Stylish, Minimalist Interiors — Unobtrusively

When New York City–based equities trader Laurence Cohen purchased one of the three floor-through units in Obsidian House, he also heeded signs to treat the new home as a blank canvas. The 38-year-old had spent the previous decade in a low-ceilinged postwar apartment building in Greenwich Village, and Obsidian House’s Tribeca location, history of innovation (it was one of the first cast-iron buildings in the city and recently daringly modernized by WORKac) and soaring interiors all suggested putting his existing furniture into storage. Cohen residence; photos by Julia Rexon / Architizer One of Cohen’s first selections for this tabula rasa was the Sony 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector, which projects images from broadcast television, Netflix and other sources directly onto a wall from an unobtrusive system of freestanding modules. The product had won an Architizer A+Award the first year it was released (2015), and it immediately seduced Cohen, as well. He experienced the combination of short-range projection and 4k imaging on a research trip to the New York flagship of ddc and remembers how its maximum image size of 147 inches captured his attention in the showroom immediately. These dimensions were perfectly suited to his future ...
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