The inside of this instrument, including the soundboard, is entirely lacquered in black high-gloss polyester. The iron frame is finished in silver and all the metallic components are chrome-plated. These features combine to create an unusual F228 piano, conceived by the world-famous architect Norman Foster.
This model has been named "Silver" because of the impact created by its silver iron frame.
The technical files present on this website represent only a selection of the many special “Art Case” pianos built so far. Since wood is a natural product whose features are unique and unrepeatable, the veneers visible in these pictures are purely indicative and non-committing with regard to future creations.
- Val de Fiemme Italian alps quarter sawn soundboard
- Laminated maple rim
- Radial spruce beam frame
- Red spruce ribs
- Traditional sand cast frame
- Delignit pinblock
- Renner action
- Kluge keyboard
- Adjustable capo d’astro bar
- Maple and mahogany hand notched bridges
- Double duplex scale design
- 10 Year warranty
Made in: Italy
Dimensions: 7’6″x60″ or 228cm x 152cm
Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony, Other Veneers. Styles come in: Amboina, Chiocciola, Fairmont, M. Liminal, Macassar, Malachite, Marco Polo, Royal, Silver, Strauss, Walnut California Brier