Televisions are a common item within the home yet maintain a somewhat undesirable aesthetic, which is something that the 'ATELIER' TV entertainment system solves beautifully. The 'ATELIER' TV works by sliding upward out of the speaker-embedded base in order to bring the screen up to eye level only when it's desired for viewing purposes. This makes it possible to discreetly hide the TV from view when it isn't being used to keep the sightlines in a space clean and clear.
The 'ATELIER' TV entertainment system is the design work of Seoul-based designer Kwanjun Ryu and is intended to be accessed at the press of a button. This makes it possible to hide a TV in plain sight, while also incorporating a high-end speaker system into the space.