Wall Panels & Recesses

Built-ins:

Wall Panels & Recesses

    For the Living Room of this Manhattan penthouse, Osbee worked closely with the architect and designer to create a sliding wall that completely conceals the 63” flatscreen TV in a custom-engineered recess when not in use. Custom fabric panels hide a full set of surround-sound speakers.

    • A custom cabinet has a sliding panel to cover the HDTV when not in use
    • A custom cabinet has a sliding panel to cover the HDTV when not in use
    • A custom cabinet has a sliding panel to cover the HDTV when not in use

    In this Living Room, the flatscreen display is mounted into a custom cabinet. When TV viewing is over, a sliding panel replaces what would otherwise be a black, blank screen with a work of art.

    In this Manhattan penthouse, mirrored wall panels slide to reveal a 65-inch TV and 7.2 surround-sound speaker system, transforming the Library into a Media Room.

    This Media Room is a casual yet fully appointed entertainment space with a recess in the wall designed to house the 65-inch TV and a soundbar custom-made to match the width of the display.

    In this Master Bath, a 42-inch TV is mounted in a specially-engineered recess in the marble wall. The motorized shades sit behind a panel of glass to keep them dry.

    In this NYC Kitchen, a TV sits neatly in a custom-built recess designed to match the sleek appearance of the cabinets and engineered for adequate ventilation and easy serviceability.

    In the outdoor entertainment area of this Westchester, NY residence, a weatherproof TV sits in a specially engineered enclosure shallow enough to fit above the fireplace without impeding on the code requirements of the chimney.

    • In the Study of this Manhattan residence, Osbee created detailed drawings and coordinated with the architect, designer, and millworker to place a TV and speakers into the custom cabinetry.

    In the Study of this Manhattan residence, Osbee created detailed drawings and coordinated with the architect, designer, and millworker to place a TV and speakers into the custom cabinetry.

    A special recess in the Breakfast Room wall of this Westchester residence gives the TV an unobtrusive flushmount appearance.

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