The Sequel 6116 is an attractive locking file cabinet that offers ample storage, and is a convenient and stylish solution for organizing office supplies and important files, whether as a standalone piece or as the base for the Sequel Return. With innovative features such as an anti-tip mechanism and a counterweight for stability, this storage cabinet is topped with beautiful black satin-etched tempered glass resistant to scratches, dings, and fingerprints.
A Strong FoundationPartner the cabinet with the Return 6112 to create a compact workspace with a comfortable workspace and loads of file storage.
Secure StorageThe cabinet's two file drawers are both secured with one lock. For security, an anti-tip mechanism allows only one drawer to be opened at a time.
Flexible FilingThe adjustable filing system adapts to accommodate hanging folders of any size – Legal, Letter, A4, and Foolscap.
Love Where You WorkEveryone needs a workspace that is comfortable and inviting, and if it can be beautifully designed and neatly organized all the better. Designed with an emphasis on ergonomics and organization, Sequel Office is full of unique features that integrate technology into the office space while creating a comfortable and organized place to work.
Work SmartWe believe an office should always be organized and efficient. But what if it could inspire productivity too? Innovative features are integrated into every BDI office collection, ensuring that they work every bit as hard as you do.
- Letter/Legal File Drawer
- Locking Drawers
- Satin-Etched Tempered Glass
- Hardwood Veneer
- Satin-Nickel Plated Steel
- Powder Coated Steel
Matthew Weatherly is BDI's Associate Design Director. A graduate of the prestigious Royal Danish Academy of Fine arts and Pratt Institute, Weatherly is most well-known for BDI's popular Corridor, Tanami, Sequel, and Centro designs.
"My studies in Denmark had the most significant impact on my design aesthetic. I was fortunate to have Erling Christoffersen as my professor, and he introduced me to the works of Danish Modern designers. Arne Jacobsen, Børge Mogensen, Poul Kjærholm, Finn Juhl, Poul Henningsen, and Hans Wegner are among the most influential designers to me."
- Matt Weatherly
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