London-based product designer Bodo Sperlein, the creative director of Loewe Technology, has created the new Bild 9 television, which was described by the brand as a “radical new aesthetic”. For this project, he took inspiration from art deco and Bauhaus styles to create a solid steel frame for a screen that is meant to be thinner than most smartphones. All of the necessary wires feed directly through the frame, which comes in either amber gold or graphite grey, into the floor and the TV’s sound comes from a barely noticeable soundbar and two wireless speakers with steel frames that match the TV itself. With this design, Sperlein has attempted to make the Bild 9 a piece of statement furniture in its own right and change the way that people display their electronic products. The Bild 9 is available from Loewe stockists; head over to Loewe’s site to find one near you.