This exceptional musical instrument is the 600,000th Steinway and Sons piano, and it was created by a furniture designer named Frank Pollaro. Dubbed “The Fibonnaci”, the piece features an outstanding spiral motif on its top cover, and it is based on the Model D concert grand piano, which measures nine feet. The musical instrument was made out of natural Macassar ebony, and it required over 6,000 hours over four years in order to be complete.
It will be presented at numerous special events this summer, and in the end, it will be available for purchase at the staggering price of $2.4 million. When asked about this unique creation, Frank Pollaro stated the following: “Designing Steinway & Sons’ 600,000th piano was an honor and a challenge. To me, knowing that this piano would become part of history meant that it had to be more than just a beautiful design, but also needed to visually convey a deeper message.”