In Case You Missed It: Matt's Technology Learning Curve

In Case You Missed It: Matt's Technology Learning Curve

Sonia Zjawinski
Jan 27, 2009

Look around your home and count how many things in it are rectangular. Photo frames. Maybe your dining table? How about your couch? Definitely your television, computer monitor, stove, and doorway. It's crazy just how much we allow right angles to dictate our d├ęcor. It's not until you walk into someone's home who has found items that can be rounded that you notice just how much is not.

Matt, whose home was toured by ATSF back in May, lives in a very square, very solid space. His walls are made of heavy concrete, with one filled with rectangular windows. Sprinkled throughout the apartment are rectangular bookcases, a right-angled office desk, square drawers, a cubed computer monitor and so on. But it's on his rectangular TV stand, flanking either side of his flatscreen, that he has Scandyna's bulbous speakers.

The theme continues at his desk, with Scandyna's speakers powering his laptop audio, as well as a vinyl figure version for his LP player. Four more photos after the jump...

Photos by Matt Pierce

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