The 'Enso' Record Player is Modern with a Brutalist Edge

 - Oct 19, 2017
References: yankodesign
The use of exposed, raw concrete in design was popular in decades past as many favored the post-modern aesthetic that it can have, so the 'Enso' record player looks to bring this back in a different kind of way.

The record player consists of a concrete top portion that has been paired with a wooden panel, while the unit as a whole keeps a simple, fluid aesthetic overall. The use of concrete creates visual appeal in addition to offering a weighted design that will ensure that the equipment won't be bothered by bumps or disturbances.

The 'Enso' record player is the design work of Mikołaj Nicer, Grzegorz Szczupał and Jakub Maciejczyk, and identifies the growing demand for modernly designed pieces of retro technology.