water is the most important material. It is only through the play of waves that the loudspeaker gets its unique character.
It is pumped as required from the invisible tank inside the suono from above onto the latex membrane.
the concrete provides the sensual, cave-like atmosphere.
Mixed with grit, pigments and relatively little water, the concrete looks like natural stone,
but can still be given the desired shape, supported by a plastic core.
The copper gives suono the necessary elegance and precision.
the flexible latex transfers the sound perfectly, but also protects the speaker from water
From the idea to the first pre-models, to the first sketch and technique, logo and up to the final model I developed and designed everything on my own, under the supervision of Professor Erik Schneider