With a prime desire to enhance the sound quality, beauty and aesthetics of the piano, the piano designer who impressively gave the very 1st modification to the piano in over 100 years, and also served as master piano technician withAlicia Keys and Elton John, Justin Elliot under his founded company ResInno, renowned for its one-of-a-kind piano modifications, now offers progressive pianos that are more than just works of art. Hand-created with a custom blend of finest and exotic woods, the design modifications done by Justin Elliot to make an existing or newly purchased piano in to a one-of-a-kind art piece includes piano legs, musician benches, music racks and pedal lyres. Notably, ResInno’s carefully constructed, custom, exquisite piano designs that also provide undeniable improvement to the instrument’s tone even include a piano Grand Rossa, which was inspired by the iconic 1957 Ferrari Testa Rossa race car.
The Grand Rossa
Described to be ResInno’s raciest design yet, the piano Grand Rossa which is named after the Ferrari 1957 Testa Rossa boasts curves forming sleek semi-helixes, and a prolonged arch which looks to flow through the piano. Further, the entire ensemble in the deep Ferrari red called Rossa Corsa, was actually inspired by the master craftsmanship and exquisite beauty of the Ferrari.
Through the sleek, fluid design of the Grand Rossa, the Ferrari 1957 Testa Rossa is impressively reincarnated as a piano.
Billed by ResInno as the most complex design to date, the Helio design which supports 1,000 pounds of weight gives a rich body and warmth to the tone of piano.
Completely hand-crafted from unique blend of exotic woods, the Helio is hand-finished in a custom mix of copper and brass powders.
The Royal Ebony
The Royal Ebony piano is fit for the royalty. The piano design oozes grandeur with solid brass knobs, and gold details throughout the piano pedal lyre, bench, and music desk. The Royal Ebony sells for $33,000.
Besides we have earlier seen the radical piano designs inspired from iconic sports cars, including ferrari-styled Pegasus Guoqin piano and Audi Design’s grand piano in collaboration with legendary Austrian piano maker, Bosendorfer.