After using its charm to soothe savage beasts for more than three centuries (h/t to William Congreve), music is now going to be used to ease the aches and pains of the rest of us.
At least that’ll be the case if the Aurasens Lounger, a new audiophile-friendly recliner that integrates rhythmic massage with an immersive listening experience, actually makes its way into showrooms later this year.
Produced in France, the luxe lounger uses 32
The tablet-controlled, the origami-inspired chair offers “an immersive symphony that caresses the skin, suffuses the senses and suspends the user in a transcendent moment in time,” according to Aurasens.
Ideally suited for events, clubs, airlines, hotels, workplaces and “indulgence-seeking individuals,” the limited-edition Lounger is set to go on sale next month for $24,000.
To see if the company's looking for testers ahead of the February launch, drop ‘em a linh here.