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October 12, 2019 at 3:56pm

The design of the Roland Kiyola piano was inspired by Scandinavian furniture, and is now available for the first time in the U.S. at the MoMA Design Store in New York.

Unlike most digital pianos and keyboards, the instrument is slim and elegant, ideal for a small city apartment.

When the lid is down, you’d never know it was a keyboard–it looks and acts like a simple wood table.

When you play, the keys have the feel of real ivory, a stark contrast from most keyboards... See More

The design of the Roland Kiyola piano was inspired by Scandinavian furniture, and is now available for the first time in the U.S. at the MoMA Design Store in New York.

Unlike most digital pianos and keyboards, the instrument is slim and elegant, ideal for a small city apartment.

When the lid is down, you’d never know it was a keyboard–it looks and acts like a simple wood table.

When you play, the keys have the feel of real ivory, a stark contrast from most keyboards.

You can also use the piano’s speaker system to stream music. But it’s not just the technology embedded in the instrument that makes it such a profound detour from your average keyboard.

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