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The Roland Kiyola Pianos Were Inspired by Scandinavian Design

 - Mar 21, 2018
References: store.moma.org & fastcodesign
The often bulky design of pianos make it difficult to be seamlessly integrated into the home, which is why the sleek Roland Kiyola pianos, may appeal to the minimalist musician.

Piano's are often designed to be the center piece in the room, but while modern interiors have evolved, the design of the instrument has not. The Roland Kiyola piano was inspired by the minimalist aesthetic of Scandinavian furniture and is both slim and elegant. Perfect for storing in one's apartment, or small home, this gorgeous piece resembles a small wooden table when not in use. When being played, the user will quickly notice the gorgeous ivory keys and the piano's intregrated speaker system.

Image credit: Roland, MoMa