Premium audio company Master & Dynamic have partnered with the recently Knighted and renowned architect Sir David Adjaye. Together they have created the immersive MA770 wireless speaker for the home audio market.

ma770_speaker-anglenogrillDavid Adjaye is known globally as the mastermind behind Washington DC’s new Smithsonian museum – the national Museum of African American History and Culture. The two industry pioneers have connected and reinvented the home speaker with an elegant design.

The speaker is a first of its kind, made of a proprietary concrete composite. Robust yet balanced with gentle, sculptural curves, it’s clear the design is truly unique. The new concrete also provides a range of acoustic benefits such as increased dampening, reduced resonance and a much purer sound. In the speaker’s audio componentry, included is dual 4” woven Kevlar long throw woofers, a 1 ½ titanium tweeter powered by 100 watts of Class D amplification and diamond0cut anodised aluminium controls.

ma770_grey_gallery_6_1024x1024_79480c66-5a6e-4bf7-a50d-75546b08c9f2_1024x1024At 410mm x 510mm x 245mm and 16kgs the MA770 can fill a large room with amazing sound. There’s also the option of using it as a single stereo unit or pairing with another speaker via Wi-Fi. Utilising Chromecast built-in, the MA770 provides multi-room audio, the first speaker to use this for stereo pairing.

The wireless speaker offers a unique design that, despite its innovative nature, still allows for sonically sophisticated sound.

Wireless Speaker, from £1,600 at MASTER & DYNAMIC