Music is art, and what better way to listen to your favorites than through a stunning sculpture. The Australian design firm, Pantheone Audio, has revealed the Pantheone I speaker. This remarkable speaker was inspired by the Pantheon in Rome and made by hand. The egg-shaped speaker resembles the Pantheon, which was a former Roman temple.
The speaker aims to bridge the gap between interior design and audio systems, offering stunning sound in the process. The curved aesthetic assists with the acoustics, which will fill the room with a crisp and clear sound. The device is also equipped with functions such as Alexa voice assistance. The Pantheone I can stream high-resolution audio through powerful internal subwoofers, two Hi-Fi mid-range drivers, and four tweeters. This all culminates in 360-degrees of stunning sound.
The speaker is crafted from a single mold of resin and is then hand polished. The sleek and sculpted design was crafted to look like a sculpture in your home, all while providing incredible sound in the process. The Pantheone I is available in the United States for $2,190 USD and arrives in either black or white through Pantheone Audio’s website.
Take a closer look at the device in the images below and get yours today. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for much more from the tech sector coming soon.
Photos via Pantheone Audio