Italian electronics company Brionvega was founded in Milan in 1945 by the entrepreneur Giuseppe Brion and his friend and engineer Leone Pajetta under the appellation B.P.M. Originally established to manufacture electronic components, the company changed its name to Brionvega in 1960 and that same decade issued portable televisions designed by Marco Zanuso and Richard Sapper (the Doney and the Algol, respectively) as well as the iconic Cubo radio, a collaboration between the two. In 1993, Gian Mario Rossignolo purchased Brionvega from the Brion family and incorporated the brand into hiscompany Sèleco, which declared bankruptcy in 1997. The Brionvega brand, however, made a comeback in the twenty-first... more.

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