Music is one thing that turns on my senses but at the same time any or every musical instrument cannot touch my inner self. Likewise, I feel thrilled listening to the notes produced from the piano but its bulky look with multiple corners and presence with dull edges kills me. I am sure many of you would share the commonality with me. Three cheers to Professor Luigi Colani, who made efforts and has discovered a workable solution to the painful situation.
The German designer and aerodynamics have inked with popular German piano maker, Schimmel Pianos to design the K 208 Pegasus – an oval piano. This creation with a sophisticated touch on behalf of master designer is being welcomed by all. It goes beyond in terms of its offerings, thereby breaking the monotony of installing ordinary piano structure. The K 208 Pegasus comes packed with built-in piano stool and electricity driven lift apparatus that mutely elevates or lowers the top.
It is equipped with an ergonomically curved keyboard, around 200 strings under a total tension of 176,520 newtons along with a key assembly comprising of 10,000 pieces. This grand piano includes a Sostenuto pedal (middle pedal), a fully-adjustable incorporated black leather upholstered stool allowing expandable dimensions and distance to the keyboard. The abode of this piano in your living reason doesn’t need a reason to celebrate but the instrument is itself is an excuse to drink, wine and dine. Those who are looking for alternatives can eye compiano, walden wood art case piano and Roland’s FR2V accordion.