BDI Sequel 6001 Desk

SKU: 6001 CH
$1,399.00 Regular price
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Represented in Showroom
Width 60"
Height 29"
Depth 24"
The Sequel 6001 desk is perfect for any office set up. The multi function system drawer provides the ideal spot for a keyboard, mouse and rechargeable items. The desk includes magnetically attached front and back panels making it easy to keep wires controlled and out of view. When positioned against a wall the front panel may be removed for direct access to wall outlets. When positioned to free float the back panel will keep wiring out of sight. A sleek black glass top completes the look of the Sequel desk.

Discontinued




Just The Facts


Sequel 6001 Desk Details

  • Natural Stained Cherry Finish
  • Wire Management Ledge
  • Wire Management Channels
  • Keyboard Drawer

Materials

  • Satin-Etched Tempered Glass
  • Hardwood Veneer
  • Satin-Nickel Plated Steel

Delivery

  • Threshold delivery - assembly required
  • Local delivery - assembly included
Sequel 6001
  • Wire management Ledge
  • Wire Management Channels
  • Keyboard Drawer
  • Satin Nickel Plated Steel
  • Satin-Etched Tempered Glas
  • Hardwood Veneer
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Matthew Weatherly

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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BDI

Design is at the heart of what BDI does. It is their main core value, and a passion for design is infused throughout every department in the company. But they take great pride in creating innovative furniture that is not only beautifully designed.

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