In 1964 Marco Zanuso and Richard Sapper designed Algol for Brionvega; this TV set was destined to radically change the existing canons and even the home environments it entered.
Thanks to its unmistakable lines it is one of the products representing Italian design in the 1960s; the TV Color Algol by Brionvega is exhibited in the most famous museums of the world, including the prestigious Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.
Algol is characterised by the rounded display screen set at an angle (Zanuso compared it to a faithful puppy dog looking up at his master), by the retractable metal handle and by the bright plastic body in three colours: solar orange, midnight black and lunar grey.
Made in Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS) plastic, metal, glass.
Algol 11 first series, exhibited at the MoMA in red.
Tested and working, with both the original aerials, intact in its entirety. Original power cables included.
Suitable packaging guaranteed, with tracking.
- ABS en plastique
- Marco Zanuso, Richard Sapper
- Fabricant / Marque
- Modèle / Nom
- Algol 11 prima serie
- Période estimée
- Pays d’origine
- Excellent état, à peine utilisé avec des signes minimes d'usure