Four creative individuals, four definitions of what a home actually is. We placed our speaker Lotsen in the homes of each of these people to see if it could spark up a conversation. Welcome to the pink universe of Arvida Byström.
With the release of Lotsen, we wanted to explore the definition of a home. Being a small speaker for cramped spaces, we wanted to place it with creative minds at their place and see if it could spark up a conversation about what a home actually is.
Since not everyone can live in a mansion, but rather in quite small places in urban environments, we decided to find four different creative individuals from different cities and see what defines a home to them.We were fortunate enough to be welcomed in through the doors of Ali Boulala, Joy M’Batha, Parham Pazooki and Arvida Byström. Not only opening up their homes to us, but also themselves.
Artist, photographer, director, model. Whatever epithet you might throw at her, there are hardly any boundaries that can constrain or determine Arvida Byström. Arvida challenges the old definitions of what’s “real life” and what’s not, by establishing a life and presence online. In Arvida Byström’s realm, norms are meant to be broken and the by society (made up) rules no longer apply. Something that apparently is strangely provocative to some parts of the population. Arvida’s home is online. A place not consisting of walls but rather by a community. Sometimes you need other landscapes beyond, to find your way home.
Lotsen contains all the same features as its bigger siblings, Stammen and Baggen, in a smaller format. But don’t let the size fool you. Lotsen is small but fierce! It easily fills smaller to mid-sized rooms and is perfect for small surfaces.
Check out Lotsen and other Urbanears products here.