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Airia™ Media Cabinet
Designed by Observatory for Herman Miller®
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Airia (2008) is a streamlined solution that keeps your media clutter-free. Designed by Ayako Takase and Cutter Hutton, who co-founded the Rhode Island-based studio Observatory in 2001, Airia acknowledges technology “but does so in a subtle, integrated and intuitive manner,” says Hutton. Providing both open and concealed storage, the Airia Media Cabinet has a swinging door to conceal half of the interior contents, aka your messy side, while leaving the other side open for items you use frequently. The walnut shelf is adjustable and echoes the appearance of the walnut top. The contrasting materials used to create the Airia Media Cabinet showcase the collection’s quality millwork and sculptural lines. This media cabinet is made with 46% recycled content. Simple assembly required. Made in China.
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Ayako Takase and Cutter Hutton, who co-founded Observatory design studio in 2001, grew up with differing backgrounds but a shared passion for design They each found their way to industrial design and then to each other while studying at the Rhode Island School of Design, where they remain active in teaching roles in addition to their design work.
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Powder-coated steel case; walnut top and shelf.