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At Home With Sonos Series, 2016

When SONOS opened its first-ever flagship in New York’s Soho, the brand turned to Sight Unseen to create buzz around the new location and to engage with New York’s creative community — all future listeners and potential collaborators. Via an editorial series of home visits and accompanying Listening Room podcasts, Sight Unseen’s readers were introduced to five of New York’s most influential creatives and offered a glimpse at both the way they live and the music that’s influenced them: Nick and Rachel Cope of Calico Wallpaper, interior designers Soren Rose and Samuel Amoia, Dimes co-founder Alissa Wagner, and Partners & Spade’s Anthony Sperduti — who, coincidentally, also designed Sonos’s New York flagship.

Alissa Wagner Dimes

Sam Amoia New York interior designer

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Anthony Sperduti Hamptons home tour

Calico Wallpaper's Red Hook Loft: A Brooklyn Home Tour