Designed by Pitsou Kedem Architects.
Are you a minimalist who just can’t stand the thought of a bulky TV stand? Do you lack wall space but still need a way to mount your TV? Is the perfect place for your TV right in front of a big window? If you answered yes to any of those questions, mounting your TV on a post may be exactly what you’ve been looking for.
Spotted in a home designed by Ella Sahar. Photo by Lior Avitan.
TVs mounted on a post or pole are a minimalist, unobtrusive way to mount your TV, without the bulk of a huge entertainment console or the need for creating holes in the walls. They’re also a great way to display your TV in front of a window without losing any natural light.
Spotted in the Standard Hotel in New York.
With their cords running through the hollow pipe and through the floor, there aren’t any exposed cords to see or trip over. This also allows you to maximize the amount of space you have around the TV, making them a great option for small spaces.
Spotted in the S House, designed by Pitsou Kedem Architects.
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