Also the Mark Sota single-driver is a fine nearfield loudspeaker.
And if you diy there is a large number of small single driver speakers that work extremely well near-field. The available to diy A5.2 is different then, and given the monoSuspension, a tad better than the A5 in the Tozzi. And one can also build a small speaker with the larger A
6s and the A7.3, as well as a number of the line down from the Alpairs can produce very satisfactory near-field speaker.
Here the diy A5.2 in one of the prettier, but harder to build box designs out there:
Because there is only a single driver & no XO, near field single drivers have a further edge over a multiwy because the multiway will not be far enuff from your ears for the disparite drivers to integrate.