World class Danish design, German quality at the highest level and Blüthner’s unparalleled craftsmanship. Combine all of these and you end up with the most unique and exclusive grand piano in the world – the PH Grand Piano. Creative genius Poul Henningsen introduced his game-changing design in 1931. It was received as a complete departure from the concept of the piano – and it still belongs to the future. Look ahead twenty years. Now look again. There is nothing else like it, and there never will be.
The case itself is turned into a thing of transparent beauty. It doesn’t take up space – it is space. And it creates a place. A place for thought. And what you see is what you hear. The sound is Blüthner quality, brilliant and crystal clear like the concept of the design itself. If you ever get to play it, that is. Because you can’t take your eyes off it.
But how do you create a sound that matches the transparent beauty of this grand piano? Go back 150 years, travel to the cultural heart of Europe and visit the city of Leipzig, in Germany. Ask for Julius Blüthner and follow the sound of The Golden Tone, until you arrive at his pianoforte factory, the most esteemed German piano manufacturer. Take a deep breath, as you are amongst the greats. Brahms, Liszt, Mahler, Schumann and Tschaikovsky were all welcome guests in the Blüthner home. The outstanding technical and musical qualities of Blüthner Pianos are legendary, not just in Germany, but around the world. Forget all you know about Danish design and start again with Poul Henningsen – or just the PH as he signed himself. Simple, functional and to the point. Everything he designed – through architecture, furniture, cultural critique and poetry – follows a single line of thought. Always liberating, always enlightening, the father of modern Danish living.