Meet the RYTM, a sleek record player that takes vinyl appreciation to a whole new level. Designed by the visionary Jorge Paez, this turntable effortlessly blends modern aesthetics with cutting-edge technology. Paez describes the RYTM as a “contemporary interpretation of the classic record player, seamlessly blending rhythm and architecture into a modern design.” The ingenious design hides traditional components like the tonearm, power dial, and speed selector behind a series of vertical slats, creating a clean and minimalist appearance.
Inspired by the iconic 1957 Braun SK4/1 turntable known as Snow White’s Coffin, Paez’s creation pays homage to the past while pushing boundaries. The RYTM is even more compact and streamlined, featuring a stylish gray colorway with subtle pops of red. From the on/off switch to the tonearm’s counterweight, every detail is thoughtfully considered. Paez’s background in industrial design shines through, and with three personal projects in the pipeline, including a multilingual keyboard and a short throw projector, the RYTM is just the beginning of his innovative ventures. While there’s no official release date yet, for those in search of style and functionality, the RYTM promises to be a game-changer in the world of turntables.