A cult classic of 1960's Italian design, the radio.cubo has been re-engineered for modern listening.
An icon of 1960s Italian design, the radio.cubo was designed by Richard Sapper and Marco Zanuso in 1964, and has remained a cult-classic for nearly 60 years. Re-engineered for modern listening, available in five vibrant colors.
The radio.cubo's iconic form consists of two cube-shaped volumes: one containing the speaker, the other the electronics. lift the integrated handle and carry it along wherever you go.
- FM radio stereo
- Digital Dad/Dab+ radio
- Radio alarm clock
- Wireless Bluetooth connection
- Lithium battery (up to 6 hours of battery life)
- 3.5mm stereo jack auxiliary input
- 10storable FM programs
- 10 storable DAB programs
- Remote control
5"h x 8.5"w x 5"d
Designers: Sapper and Zanuso
Beginning in the early 1960's German designer Richard Sapper and the Italian designer and architect Marco Zanuso formed what was to become a legendary design partnership. Not long after, Brionvega commissioned Sapper and Zanuso to create innovative radios and televisions these products fast became icons of 1960's Italian design.
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