Special Design Pianos

Makers of modern designer pianos are trailblazers, wildly creative visionaries steeped in a tradition of excellence and history of piano making. It should come as no surprise that the world’s most important brands are also world’s most daring piano innovators.

For those whose home is a realization of boundless imagination and awesome creativity…

FAZIOLI – GOLD LEAF

Fazioli – Gold Leaf

The simplicity of our classic design of F228 is ideal showcase for the wonder of the Gold Leaf. The myriads of variations of how light reflects off the surface give Fazioli Gold Piano a mysterious life of a gleaming golden treasure.

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FAZIOLI – FAIRMONT

Fazioli – Fairmont

Ordered by the famous hotel from Vancouver, Fazioli piano “Fairmont” was created by a team of famous artists. The instrument of white color differs with its well-designed volumetric carving on walnut wood inside of the lid. Furthermore elegance and grace are the business card of “Fairmont” model. The creation of which belongs to a whole team of recognized masters architectural offices Mcfarlane Green Biggar Architecture Design. Among the hotel’s signature suites is one dedicated to piano maker Paolo Fazioli, and has piano parts on display as well as photos of the construction of the Fairmont Pacific Rim’s piano.

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FAZIOLI – SILVER

Fazioli – Silver

The inside of the instrument has been totally covered in black lacquer, including the surface of the soundboard. The iron frame has been varnished in silver and all other parts have been chromium plated. This unusual matching of colors was conceived by the world renown architect, Norman Foster.
This model has been called “Silver” because of the impact created by the silver iron frame.

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FAZIOLI – SILVER

Fazioli – TELUS

This one-of-a-kind piano was designed by Gregory Henriquez, architect for TELUS Garden, a lobby of the new “TELUS” headquarters located in the heart of downtown Vancouver, Canada. The architect drew inspiration from the design of the office building itself. Rather than opting for traditional black, Gregory Henriquez chose a natural wood finish, echoing the dramatic, sculptural glulam beams of the expansive plaza canopy. The legs supporting the piano mimic the distinctive V-shaped concrete structural supports that are an integral part of the tower’s design. And in a nod to the high-tech features of TELUS Garden office, the inside panel of the lid is mirrored, providing viewers with a clear perspective of the piano’s inside.

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