BRIONVEGA ART Products in an exclusive event at The Conran Shop Korea
The Conran Shop Korea located in the heart of Gangnam (Seoul) dedicates a special exhibition to BRIONVEGA ART products. The event will be open to the public from November 25th until December 29th 2022.
radiofonografo rr226 fo-st
Original design by Achille & Pier Giacomo Castiglioni
radiofonografo rr226 fo-st, designed in 1965 by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni. A tribute to an iconic piece of Made in Italy.
Stereo, AM/FM radio and record player, all in one, for an article timeless and great charm. The cabinet is made of lacquered wood, with aluminum pedestal. Forms retro charm, combined with an incredible sound definition and the ability to orient and move the crates in the manner most suitable to the surrounding environment, for stimulating and intriguing listening experience.
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radio.cubo 50° Anniversary
Original design by Marco Zanuso & Richard Sapper
A remake of a cult object of Italian design: the legendary radio.cubo ts502 designed by Richard Sapper and Marco Zanuso.
The same materials that made it famous, the ZAMAK metal alloy, the plastics, and the various processes find their perfect completion in the innovations. A rechargeable lithium battery allows the radio.cubo 50° to be used anywhere, the latest generation bluetooth allows you to listen to any playlist or connect to Smartphones, portable devices, and streaming programs, the remote control and the ability to connect another speaker increase its versatility, as well as the ability to listen to digital radios and the alarm function.
Disegno originale di Mario Bellini
Original design by Mario Bellini
The iconic totem, created in 1971 by the designer Mario Bellini, is now revised and sold in a new edition.
The apparent cube opens to bring out a stereo system complete with speakers, but now equipped with the most modern technology such as Bluetooth and connection with any modern multimedia device. The speakers rotate and are removable, allowing you to cover even large rooms, and when they are open they look like wings, making the opening and operation of the Hi-Fi almost a ritual.