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the shape of sound


While experimenting with his first sound systems and sculptural art in the early 90s, Ghahary crossed-paths with the renowned B&W Speakers. It was here he began to develop an understanding of sound that would lead him to co-found Blue Room Loudspeakers. In those days of Hi-Fi, speaker designs were limited to basic square boxes revered only for their sound, not their appearance. Ghahary discovered that the projection of sound could, in fact, be housed in elegant, curvaceous forms that were pleasing to the eye and also enhancing musical quality. When founding Blue Room, he hoped that these speakers would become an iconic shape synonymous with electronic music in the same way a Marshall Stack was synonymous with the rock genre. 

Here's a short film explaining a fascination that has become a life time long obsession.