We're no James Bonds here, but we're totally diggin' the secret agent influence here. Not only is there a secret projector hidden behind the media wall, but the screen itself is masked by an inconspicuous Babel poster which folds out into a reverse transparent screen for a one-of-a-kind movie viewing experience.
Splitting a mini-library area for setting up a projection system is pretty awesome if you ask us. What you get left with is a very comforting and inviting seating and viewing area that feels uncluttered and welcoming.
This is due to the fact that 1) there aren't a million wires running into what would be the normal area for where you'd store your home theater equipment for a projection setup and 2) the careful division of conversation and movie watching areas within the home. One might find it backwards to set it up as so, but designing a room in a way that categorizes functions to itself actually optimizes a living space, especially when technology is involved.
What do you think of the rear-projection movie screen idea? We're still kind of curious on how they pulled it off, but if anyone is proficient in Swedish, we'd love to see how they got it to work!
[Images: Lapte from Minhembio]