In a digital age where technology is a dominant force that we cannot escape, it’s often challenging to seamlessly integrate it into our everyday lives while keeping it conspicuous. Whether it’s a smart watch or a pair of headphones, consumers are likely to have difficulty blending in this tech with a traditional environment. The Samsung Serif TV comes as a breath of fresh air which looks to complement any space or surrounding. As the unorthodox piece takes a step away from the standard colors and lines of regular television models, its incognito aesthetic allows for it to integrate subtly like a piece of furniture. Aside from the ability to blend in or stand out if you wish, the Serif comes complete with advanced 4K Ultra HD picture resolution and screen mirroring functions, as well as countless other features.
We wanted to explore how this kit could actually integrate itself into an everyday working environment so we tapped Scott Schuman of The Sartorialist to see how he molds his space around it. The talented photographer’s work ethic has enabled him to travel the world, capturing moments from different cultures and his apartment in Greenwich Village is filled with memories of these experiences. He goes on to explain that new additions to the place must be able to stand on its own but also relate to his penchant for old-school Italian style. His approach to photography where he looks at all the surrounding elements and considers if they complement each other, is applied to his home so the aesthetics and functionality of the Serif is a perfect addition that works in harmony with the other objects. Check out the image above and hit play on the video below, which also walks you through the inspirations and creativity of Scott. For more info on the Serif TV, take a look here.