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Line Media Console

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A customer favorite since its debut, the Line Collection features geometric frames made out of precisely crafted oak or walnut. It's distinguished by its strong horizontal lines that reflect natural landscapes and lend a sense of restfulness and calm. On the Line Media Console (2010), this eye-catching louvered design also serves a purpose, allowing remotes to control devices inside. Its roomy, well-organized interior brings order to electronics, routers, albums, books and anything else that needs a home. Working from his studio in Singapore, designer Nathan Yong designs thoughtful pieces that resonate with a quiet elegance, for which he credits the congestion of city living. “My work is a reflection of my yearning for nature in this concrete jungle,” he says. Made in Malaysia.

What’s inside.
Line Media Console 70 – have two doors, one adjustable shelf, one drawer, and two cord escapes. All cords route through the bottom panel, leaving the back unblemished by cord escape holes, and allowing the Line Media Console to be placed anywhere in a room; it doesn’t have to be pushed against a wall.

Versatile storage solution.
Sleek design; louvered doors to allow remotes to control devices inside.
Consoles 70 have one adjustable shelf, one drawer, and two cord escapes.
Through-bottom cord escapes allow for flexible placement within a room.

Line Media Console

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For inquiries, please contact us at +6692 015 8888 or LINE: @pergo.

Dimensions (cm)

W179.71 x D45.09 x H40.64

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Nathan Yong

Nathan Yong

Nathan Yong graduated from Temasek Polytechnic with a diploma in Industrial Design in 1991. In 2006 and 2007, He won the prestigious Red Dot Concept Design Award, and in 2008, He received the prestigious Singapore President*s Design Award: Designer of the Year, the highest honor accorded to designers from all creative disciplines in Singapore. His work is inspired by observation of the visual environment, and then challenges the existential questions of the objects. In 2011, He was selected as the most promising Young Designers on the international scene. Nathan is now based in Singapore.