Bang & Olufsen Thailand and Danish/Armenian artist, Elizabeth Romhild are presenting “La Boheme” art on B&O A9 cover.
Romhild’s unique heritage has instilled her creativity with a distinct individuality, and a unique and recognizable style. Elizabeth’s flowing compositions reinterpret and blur modern European art genres with Oriental mystique.From a successful career in unica painting and sculpturing, she has now also embarked on showing her style as design, through Elizabeth Romhild Design, which all depicts from her earlier works of women and sensuality.
In “La Boheme” Elizabeth playfully expresses the independence of feminine sensuality, control and role playing. Bursting with tongue in cheek innuendo and subtle allegory, Elizabeth details the flamboyance of society’s elite, where the heady world of intoxicated flirtation and lust are under ridden by sexual control and illicit liaisons, through the influence of musical instruments.
In Bang & Olufsen, we believe that music and arts make the bridge across the world, where nothing else can. The ambition of this collaboration is to present an advance mood changing of our Beoplay A9 that will uniquely offer you a fancy atmosphere to your room.