A simple cube transforms with two pivoting speakers to reveal the ultimate Hi-Fi "listening machine". The Totem is in the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art.
Designed in 1971 by Mario Bellini, Totem is a celebration of form and function in its purest state. A simple black or white cube that reconfigures with the rotation of its two speakers into a modern listening machine. Hand-crafted in Italy.
Designed in 1971 by Mario Bellini, Totem is a celebration of the primary and the elementary forms that makeup and regulate our physical world. An ode to geometric regularity that comes at the end of a long mediation on form and function. A simple white cuboid that opens up and is reconfigured in a sohpisticated Hi-Fi listening machine with two speakers that open to reveal the stereo module, radio and turntable.
- AM/FM/DAB+ radio
- Bluetooth connectivity
- Pro-Ject turntable with Ortofon stylus
- 125W+125W self-limited amplifier
- 2 line inputs on RCA for external sources
- 1 line output on RCA for an external amplification system
- 1 line output on RCA for an external subwoofer
- 1 headphone input on 6.3 mm stereo jack
- 1 headphone output on 6.3 mm stereo jack connector
20.5"h x 20.5"w x 20.5"d
Designers: Mario Bellini
Born in Milan in 1935, Bellini is an internationally acclaimed architect, critic and product designer. Twenty-five of his designs are represented in the permanent design collection of the Museum of Modern art in New York. In addition to his ground breaking designs for Brionvega - Bellini has worked leading companies such as Olivetti, Cassina, B & B Italia and many more.
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