Fortis Visual Board Storage
Fortis Visual Boards address the versatility that today’s meeting and conference environments require. Whether used for housing a flat-screen TV, projecting an image, or as a dry-erase board, this piece handles the task beautifully. Its wide range of material options complement the other furnishings in this conference series.
The wall-hung Visual Board is available in 2 depths, 1 for use as a traditional Visual Board and the other for use with a flat-screen TV. The unit comes in standard and Option A Exotic woods, with a choice of 3 metal trim finishes; the exterior door panels are also available in faux leather and 3form® Varia ecoresin™.
Visual Board: The doors are hinged and open to the sides of the cabinet, (prior to 2/2012 the doors slid to the sides). The interior back and interior of the doors are a premium grade porcelain dry erase surface with magnetic properties. Included is a pull-down projection screen. Open dimension is 96” x 48”. All mounting hardware is provided.
TV Cabinet: The doors are hinged and open to the sides of the cabinet, (prior to 2/2012 the doors slid to the sides). The interior of the cabinet is 6 3/4” deep, and roomy enough to hold most flat-screen TVs up to 44” and a low-profile mounting bracket. The TV bracket must be bolted directly into the structural wall; a 32” w x 22”h opening in the back of the cabinet is provided. Customer must verify that the TV will fit in the cabinet and the TV bracket thru the hole in the back panel. The interior dimension of the cabinet is 41 1/2” wide x 42 ¾” high x 6.75” deep. The interior of the doors is in the same material as the outside of the doors. Open dimension is 96” x 48”. Mounting hardware for the cabinet is provided. The TV and TV bracket are provided by the customer. Cabinet drawings are available to help ensure that items will fit inside.
MEET THE DESIGNER
Gary Lee is the President and founder of the design firm Gary Lee Partners, located in Chicago, New York, and San Francisco. Gary Lee almost immediately began to gather accolades for his interior and product designs after graduating from the University of Michigan’s School of Art and Architecture. During his tenure in the design industry, he has received numerous awards, including “Metropolitan Review” Designer of the Year in 1990, “Interiors” Designer of the Year in 1992 and an induction to the “Interior Design” Hall of Fame in 1993. The clarity of Lee’s early vision of the relationship between furniture and interior design remains evident and now resonates throughout the designs of Gary Lee Partners today.
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