Jonathan Nesci, ‘360 Sound Pico’, 2016, PLUSDESIGN
Jonathan Nesci, ‘360 Sound Pico’, 2016, PLUSDESIGN
Jonathan Nesci, ‘360 Sound Pico’, 2016, PLUSDESIGN
Jonathan Nesci, ‘360 Sound Pico’, 2016, PLUSDESIGN

Jonathan Nesci's 360 Pico sound looks to build upon the great cultural history of the Colombian Pico. True to the original spirit, 360 sound can be used outside and it's unique totemic shape encourages people to gather around it as a visual and spiritual focal point.
It features a 15" subwoofer facing downwards for a rich base with a 6.75" full range speaker facing upwards to a spun aluminum disk that disperses the sound in all directions.
The custom perforated exterior is rolled 1/4" aluminum plate that has been left natural, finished with hand sanding and wax.

About Jonathan Nesci

Jonathan Nesci designs furniture with a clean, minimalist aesthetic. “I am informed by the work that has preceded me and aim to add a building block in the continually changing landscape of product and process,” he says. The founder of HALE, an industrial design company based in the American Midwest, Nesci produces (usually matte-finished) monochrome pieces in industrial materials like concrete and metal. He derives his simple forms—as in the pieces from his “The New” series—from the observation of banal everyday designs; for “Nine “Variations” he created a line of polished aluminum shelves, chairs, and tables from elemental geometric shapes. Nesci’s Library Bookcase, a minimalist, partitioned wall shelf, won Wallpaper’s annual design award.

American, b. 1981