Oh boy, where do we start on this one? Well, if you want to own the coolest piece of audio cabinetry ever created, this is it. Although it looks similar to the works to Jens Risom and Arne Vodder, our best bet is that this is a custom made 1 of 1. The base with it’s bullet legs and sculpted spanner “stretchers” looks just like Risom, but there’s alot of unique aspects to this piece that make it a head-scratcher. For example, the doors. Massive, hinged quad-fold doors on the left and right side of credenza are unlike anything we’ve ever seen. Fold back at each hing to display as much or as little interior as needed. Two flip-tops hinge open to expose open cabinet space, only accessible from the top. This piece was designed for serious audiophiles. The ventilated cut-outs on the top also add practicality and an unintentional touch of style to the overall look. We love this piece because it’s filled with 12″ LP record storage. This is a true masterpiece and unlike most audio cabinets, this one Does Not come with any components. Sometimes this is a good thing. Don’t compromise on lower end audio gear when you can put your own McIntosh receiver inside.
A mix of solid walnut and walnut veneer over plywood core. This is a fully restored Mid-Century Modern American made walnut HI-FI stereo cabinet. The simple design is intriguing in the way that it balances modern and traditional themes. The exceptional length is the perfect dimension for your flat screen TV if you choose to use this as a media cabinet. The interior of the unit features pull-out drawers, open cabinet space and tons of removable dividers.
Dimensions: 87.75″ wide x 19.5″ deep x 32″ high (49.5″ high with tops open).