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" Cabinets, buffets and consoles
This floating buffet is a modern take on the Mid-century sideboard and it proves to be an effective use of a corner space. It provides drawers and cabinets for storage, and surfaces for ornamental display, while still allowing for plenty of room for people to move. In a timeless design, its organic wood blends seamlessly with the nearby table and chairs, and it has a feeling of simplicity and lightness as air can flow underneath and around all the surfaces.

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Floating Furniture: Can You Handle the Suspense?

- By Rebecca Gross 5 July 2014

Sydney

" Figure-five installation. Fittingly, in the fifth spot we have a figure-five divider. This innovative wood structure houses an ethanol-burning fireplace below and a rotating television above. It separates an open-plan kitchen-dining-living area without obscuring space and allows the occupants to enjoy the warmth of the fireplace and view the television no matter where they’re sitting or working in the room.

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The Great Divide:Structures and Panels Shape Spaces

- By Rebecca Gross 8 March 2015

Sydney 

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"A sculptural wooden installation, in the shape of S or 2, hosts a magnificent fireplace in its lower part. And a beautiful flat TV suspended and set with wood, in its high part.

Sublime and ingenious! "

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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8 tips to integrate your TV to your home: Do not make your TV the black point of your décor!

- By Christine Sanchez Gaspard 15 July 2014

France

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"Separate the rooms with the TV cabinet This can be an interesting solution if your environment is an open space and you are looking for an idea to divide the spaces. It is advisable to choose a model that allows you to rotate the TV, so you can see it from both environments. A very useful idea if the piece of furniture is placed between the dining room and the living room. The extra idea: the models on the market, cheaper, you can prefer a project tailored to meet your tastes and your needs. You can replace the lower, more common piece of furniture with a higher solution: the upper part can accommodate the TV, while the lower part could have a second function."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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TV: Which Solution will you Choose to Integrate it in the Living Area

-By Greta La Rocca 9 July 2015

Italy

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"TV as a room divider In this living room in Perth, the interior designers of Despina have integrated the television into a decorative, custom-made room divider. At the top, a screen rotatable by 270 degrees, below a tunnel chimney with double-sided view of the blazing fire......"

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Emphasize or hide: How can you accommodate the TV?...

- By Alexandra Oertel 9 May 2016

Germany

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" 6. Style disputes As is often the case with modern technology, there is a question about stylistic relevance. Well, when it comes to modern interior without historical references (as in these two photos of the living room). In other styles, the TV will in any case look like an alien object wherever it is hung. Therefore, it is often hidden in the closet, behind the doors, behind a picture, a mirror, etc. Possible way out: arrange the TV in a classic frame. However, gilded baguettes do not like all fans of historical styles. In addition, the fireplace and the TV - all the same things from different eras, and styling "hurts the eye.".....

 

 

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Design debates: Can I hang the TV over the fireplace? 

-By Екатерина Кулиничева

19 December 2016 

Moscow

" A TV that doubles as a multi-functional room divider – how’s that for state of the art? This timber structure, which features an ethanol burning fireplace and rotating TV, divides an
open-plan kitchen-dining-living area and allows the homeowners to enjoy the warmth of the fire, or view of the TV, from any part of the room.
The transparency of the fireplace and stunted height of the structure also ensures the structure doesn’t intrude upon the space or block the flow of light." 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Fun Houzz: Spot the TV

-By Grace Chamia 15 July 2015

Sydney

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