When creating a smartphone, Honor was inspired by the architecture of Gaudi and the paintings of Monet
Honor has just officially introduced the Honor 100 and Honor 100 Pro smartphones, and literally immediately after the premiere, the Chinese media published live photos of the older model.
It turns out that the unusual shape of the camera block is inspired by the architecture of Casa Mila, a residential building built in Barcelona by Antoni Gaudi for the Mila family. As MyDrivers writes, “the form creates the romantic beauty of ‘natural liberalism’.”
But the smartphone owes its unusual purple color to Claude Monet’s painting “Waterloo Bridge. Fog effect.”