A Golden Renaissance

A Danish Icon revived by the Golden Tone

Creative genius Poul Henningsen introduced his mind-altering design in 1931. At that time it was a total departure from common perception of piano design – and it still belongs to the future.

A cover made of crystal clear perspex, allowing transparency and a view of the felt covered hammers as their movement transforms into sound. It lifts the surroundings, exudes luxury and leads ones thoughts to the surroundings of a sky bar, a fashionable hotel, a deluxe yacht or penthouse apartment.

""The technician should never forget that he is an artist, the artist never that he is a technician"

Poul Henningsen
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