Master & Dynamic's The New Geometry of Sound

Remember the groundbreaking Master & Dynamic MA770 wireless concrete speaker that we presented just a few months back? Recently, Master & Dynamic has released an enlightening short film named “The New Geometry of Sound,” which shows us a glimpse of the brilliant creative mind of Sir David Adjaye. Just in case you’re not familiar with his work, David is a Ghanaian British architect and the lead designer of the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington.

Master & Dynamic's The New Geometry of Sound

He worked closely with Master & Dynamic for the MA770 wireless concrete speaker, and he shared his unique perspective on sound and architecture, and how the two concepts can work together to create a fully functional piece of art. Adjaye envisioned the speaker’s design, which is based on a mix of timeless materials and daring geometric shapes. In regards to the use of concrete, Sir David Adjaye had a few words to say about this daring choice:

“Concrete just seemed like a great way to make this rock…you can actually really turn it up. With a finished project that is sculptural in its beauty, it’s easy to forget the many iterations and prototypes that played a pivotal role along the way. That level of perfection is the thing I love about Master & Dynamic – it’s a relentless pursuit of the perfection of an object.”

Master & Dynamic's The New Geometry of Sound

As one of the most impressive home speakers available on the market, the MA770 concrete speaker by Master & Dynamic boasts dual 4″ woven Kevlar woofers, a 1.5″ titanium tweeter, and diamond-cut anodized aluminum controls. The New Geometry of Sound is the second video released as part of M&D’s “The Dynamic” content series, and you can have a look at it below.

Andrew has been covering luxury lifestyle news for almost a decade. In that time, he developed fruitful relationships with the world's top brands, many of which are now featured on Luxefeed. He's constantly working on his writing skills, and he's passionate about IT, cars, travel, and technology.


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