The Brionvega RR126, designed by Pier Giacomo and Achille Castiglioni in 1965, was a remarkable innovation at its time. Its modular structure was designed to create either a linear structure for a hi-fi or cubic structure for a radio. The wood enclosures of the central unit and speakers have been made by cabinet makers. The hood protecting the automatic turntable is made of Perspex. The central unit intentionally resembles a robot face.
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