When it comes to interior design, we’re firm believers that minimalism is key. Over the years, we’ve seen artful expressions of both furniture– and wood-work portrayed in many-a-way. However, few builders have been able to match the tasteful perfection of Slab’s visionary projects. Now, the company has released the Console — a modern centerpiece inspired by the angular entertainment centers of the 1960s and 70s.
Placed within a sturdy, 390-pound construct of wood, aluminum, and composite materials, the Console’s reference-quality two-channel music system and 5.1 surround sound capabilities come to life, courtesy of three Focal 2-Way coaxial 6.5″ Kevlar speakers, a 12″ subwoofer, and 540W subwoofer amplifier. To keep acoustics at an optimal level, a CNC precision-milled, multi-layer MDF and furniture-grade plywood core have been implemented, providing unparalleled sound quality in a single, aesthetically-pleasing package. And the best part? Each example is hand-assembled in the company’s Salt Lake City headquarters, giving you peace-of-mind knowing that both quality and craftsmanship are at the forefront of each build. Head to Slab’s website — where the Console is available for $6,995 — to further enhance your favorite living area.
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