The television set as modern art

The Cuboglass could be in a museum

Cuboglass

Depending on what kind of TV is in your living room, it's either something you want to show off on a wall or hide in a faux armoire. The CuboGlass from Italy's Brionvega gives the best of both worlds: It can be displayed for all to see because, when it's turned off, you won't even know it's a television set.

The black matrix box "is an asbolute clear sign," according to the product description on Singular.com, giving it a design that's "desirable even before you know what it's used for." Which could explain why, even at $1,200, the Cuboglass is sold out.

(Photo: Brionvega)

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