Corridor 8175 Corner Media Console
Ideal for rooms with a non-traditional layout and spaces that necessitate corner orientation, the Corridor 8175 media console features tapered rear corners that allow it to fit neatly into a corner or flat against a wall, suggesting an even greater versatility. Designed by Matthew Weatherly for BDI and part of the elaborate and award-winning Corridor collection, the Corridor corner media console features a top wide shelf that's ideal for soundbars and four-component compartments with adjustable and ventilated shelves. The media console has a micro-etched glass top that's resistant to fingerprints and scratching and has different wood finish options.
The Corridor 8175 corner media console includes removable back panels, integrated levelers as well as flow-through ventilation in the form of the signature louvered doors that allow speaker sound and remote control signals to pass through unobstructed. It accommodates TVs up to 55".
- country of origin:China
- Assembly Required:Yes
- Designed by Matthew Weatherly
- Part of the Corridor collection
- Top wide shelf for soundbar
- Accommodates up to four components
- Micro-etched black glass top resistant to fingerprints and scratching
- Louvered doors that allow speaker sound and remote control signals to pass through unobstructed
- Adjustable shelves
- Integrated cable management
- Removable back panels
- Quick-release soft-close door hinges
- Flow-through ventilation slots in all shelves, bottom and back panels to promote airflow
- Charcoal stained ash, white oak, or chocolate stained walnut finishes
- Adjustable levelers
- Accommodates TVs up to 55"
- 50¼"W × 20" D × 25"H
- Recommended TV size: up to 55"
designed byMatthew Weatherly
Matthew Weatherly is known for his practical yet eye-catching modern designs that are influenced by Danish style. Associate Design Director at BDI, Weatherly is an award-winning talent who studied Scandinavian design, architecture, and woodworking at Denmark’s Design School and holds a degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute.
Weatherly is well respected in the designing field and uses as little materials as possible without sacrificing any function and quality. His focus is on office and home furniture that fit in well in any setting. Innovative and revolutionary, he is inspired by his love of nature.
In 1984, BDI founder and designer Bill Becker launched his innovative company to make modern furniture like desks, home theaters, media cabinets and stands more accessible to owners of contemporary homes. Today, BDI is an industry leader in the production of modern home theater furniture. Featuring European styling and craftsmanship that evokes the best quality, BDI furnishings are as stylish as they are functional.
In today’s constantly changing world of technology, modern furniture that is designed to meet the demanding requirements of electronics is essential, both for function and style. In a home that features the best of contemporary interior design, outdated cabinets, stands and media centers for electronics are not only impractical but also visually unappealing. BDI is committed to providing designs that combine function, innovation, and style.
BDI creates stylish modern furniture for the home office as well, with desks and office suites that are functionally designed to accommodate all the electronics that keep offices up and running. Features include built-in mouse pads and ports for chargers as convenient elements. BDI products are crafted from quality materials like high-grade steel, tempered glass, and wood, which ensure an enduring style.
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