A watching brief

June 2004
Cabinet Maker;6/11/2004, Issue 5392, p13
Trade Publication
Interviews several furniture designers regarding how furniture for television and stereos is changing to adapt to a more sophisticated class of electronics in Great Britain. Views of furniture designer, David Fox, on the classification of home entertainment furniture as a collection that revolves around a specific task; Stand of director and designer, Hugh Elliot, on the significance of collaborations between different industries to come up new ways of thinking how to live with the technology; Pronouncement of design and marketing director, Nick Green, on the representation of TV stands and hi-fi units to make up the lion share of home entertainment systems.


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