Bang & Olufsen Furniture - Attyca/F1000
F1000: 1990 - 1994 Attyca: 1986 - 1995
"As the name suggests, our interior designers were inspired by ancient Greek architecture to create the Attyca range. The result is a modern interpretation of a classical theme - similar in concept to the music and video systems which Attyca is designed to house. From these two stylish modules you can create the perfect framework for your Bang & Olufsen systems or for any other. And while there's abundant space for records, tapes and videos, careful attention to detail has ensured that the overall effect is clean and pleasing. Leads and sockets are discretely tucked away at the back of the modules " (1988 catalogue)
The Attyca storage system gave the Bang & Olufsen music system user two flexible furniture modules as well as storage for tapes, records and videos. There were two forms of Attyca furniture - 1 and 2.
Attyca 1- both aesthetic and practical in its basic idea. Hidden wiring added to the overall impression of Attyca's elegance
Attyca 1 Specifications
Type: 2091, 2093
2091 (1986 - Dec 1987)
2093 (1987 - Dec 1994)
Dimensions (WxHxD): 100 x 56 x 44cm
Attyca 2- the larger of the two Attyca furniture modules, built for Bang & Olufsen's sound and video systems as well as for a selection of tapes, records and videos you wanted to have close at hand.
Attyca 1 and 2 could be placed together to give the total entertainment hi-fi and video system in one attractive unit
Attyca 2 Specifications
Types: 2092, 2094
2092 (1986 - Dec 1987)
2094 (1987 - April 1995)
Dimensions (WxHxD): 157 x 56 x 44
Finish - White/Chrome
F1000 Types: 209x, 210x
F1000 was a compact integrated unit which unfolded into various positions. Offering the user a number of options for placing your Bang & Olufsen equipment to its best advantage. The F1000 unit was fitted with spacious cabinets for storing your music.
F1000 came with two cubic storage units, with the option of adding extra cubes. Each cube had an adjustable aluminium laminated shelf, but you could plan the final layout as the cube could be fitted with optional metal trays with custom-made aluminium profiles for storing CDs, music or video cassettes. The cube which holds the hidden wiring was particularly well-suited for storing LPs.
Created: 9th January 2007
Modified: 21st March 2007
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