# 2016

Esda Violin


Customize this violin and invent new sounds

Esda is a customizable violin designed to expand the range sound possibilities. Engineered to maximise flexibility for the performer and composer, Esda is based on an innovation in the violin’s bridge, the device that supports the strings and transmits the vibration of those strings to a soundboard. With Esda the player can replace the bridge with those made of various different materials, thus creating an enormously flexible, personalised sound.

Lorenzo Bouroncle

  • Lorenzo Bouroncle
    Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú

    Lorenzo is a life lover, a curious of multiples scenerios in life. He finds no difference between art and design, they are together in the same path: the creation. A prove of that are the different products that were created trying to find and promote new sensorial experience in human beings.more

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