Toshiba Jacob Jensen video
Behind Toshiba's Jacob Jensen Design TVs

14 Sep 2010 | Rasmus Larsen |

At IFA Toshiba presented the two WL768 and VL748 models, as well as an upcoming model called CEVO TV, all designed by Danish Jacob Jensen Design. Here is an insight into the design and some of the thoughts and ideas of the designer in a video with Timothy Jacob Jensen.

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Toshiba and Jacob Jensen Design

We have already presented the WL768 and VL748 series here, as well as the upcoming Toshiba CEVO TV that also has a Jacob Jensen Design design.

Toshiba WL768
Toshiba WL768


Here is an insight into the design and some of the thoughts and ideas of the designer. In the video you'll see Timothy Jacob Jensen (Jacob Jensen’s son) and a Toshiba employee. You can hear more about the design, the ideas and the so-called magical"Scandasian" design.


What do you think of Toshiba's new TVs with Jacob Jensen design? Let's hear your opinion in the comment box below.



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