Bang & Olufsen Beoplay A9 speaker gets a lunar upgrade by artist Daniel Arsham

Remember the scene from Bruce Almighty when Jim Carrey pulls the moon closer to entice Jennifer Aniston? The Bang & Olufsen Beoplay A9 speaker can do just that for you without the mystical powers and you surely haven’t seen any moon this big. It’s the lunar highlight of the Selfridges Corner shop. artist Daniel Arsham took over the department store with a series of special limited-edition pieces and capsules in the artist’s signature colors. The House of Daniel Arsham launches on October 21 as part of the Selfridges’ seasonal three-month Future Fantasy creative campaign. The limited-edition A9 speaker has received a celestial upgrade with the image of a blue moon taken from an original painting by Arsham. The moon image is representative of Arsham’s enchantment with space and is seamlessly merged into the design of Beoplay A9 accompanied by white stained oak legs and a silver-tone anodized aluminum ring.

The speaker is a beauty with or without the upgrade with fantastic features and ease of use. All you need to do is gently slide your hand across its surface to adjust the volume and simply tap to skip, play and pause. It’s packed with new innovations and design updates like Google Assistant that allows users to instruct the speaker by the sound of their voice. Active Room Compensation gives you the best possible audio experience in every room of your house. The limited-edition Beoplay A9 will be available exclusively at The House by Daniel Arsham at The Corner Shop in Selfridges, London and online from October 21.

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