At BDI, it’s design for all—and all for design. Since Bill Becker launched BDI in 1984, he has become a leader in contemporary home and office design. How? By sweating the details, large and small. BDI engineers its Home Theater furniture to support today’s demanding technology. It was the first to introduce innovations such as hidden wheels, adjustable shelves, cable management, and flow-through ventilation as standard features. In addition to Becker’s own designs, the BDI collection includes unique, functional furnishings and objects. The gist? Occasional tables, shelves, mirrors, and other pieces by Al Glass, Jason Guidry, Louis A. Lara, Noah Packard, Mark Palmquist, Matthew Weatherly, and Cristian Wicha.

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