Brionvega RR126

The “stereo radiophonograph” Brionvega RR126 was designed by architects Pier Giacomo and Achille Castiglioni in 1965.

The RR126 is a high-fidelity stereo that was a great novelty at the time it was launched on the market. Its modular structure allows you to “mould” it, stacking the speakers to form a cube or aligning them into a long and narrow arrangement.

Its wood cabinet and speakers are made by hand, which is why no two pieces are ever exactly identical. And this “serial diversity” has made it a timeless success.

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