After outfitting millions of homes with their premium audio systems, Sonos finally has a place of its own to call home. Their recently opened flagship store in New York City is the first of its kind. Inside, they have built seven central listening rooms that are made with the same materials that are used in homes, which translates to an audio experience that would parallel to if you had their products in around your house. The rooms inside the store varies from studies, living rooms, kitchens, and bedrooms. What’s more is that each room is decorated with custom furniture and decorated to represent their favourite musical styles and time periods.
The space is accented with artworks from friends of the brand, and renowned artists, Mark Stamaty, Thibaud Herem, and Mark Chamberlain, who designed and hand-painted their wallpaper. Moreover, there is a cassette tape installation that serves as a nod to the golden age of NYC cassette trading from Thurston Moore. Finally, as soon as you walk in you’ll also spot an eight foot portrait of Rick Rubin.
Be sure to pay them a visit!
Sonos Flagship Store
101 Greene St
New York, New York