Led by Prithvi Kumar, an engineering design and operations management expert, the product development team brings the art of science to design.
“I was drawn to BDI because the company never shies away from innovative ideas,” says Prithvi Kumar, BDI’s Product Development Manager. “Working with our designers to do things that have never been done in this industry is why I enjoy coming to work each day.”
And BDI has certainly made its mark on the world of furniture design.
Take our line of media cabinets for example. Every model has been engineered with performance features that BDI was the first to make standard in the industry. These include:
Hidden wheels: Built into the leg assemblies, the wheels allow our media furniture, even when fully loaded to easily be rolled or moved away from the wall for access to cables and connection.
Adjustable shelves: Electronics come in various shapes and sizes, and media furniture needs to be able to accommodate. With rubber-padded, steel pins, shelves can be easily adjusted to fit everything from sound bars, to cable boxes, to game systems.
Cable management: Cords and wires are a necessary evil, but that doesn’t mean they need to be out in the open. Integrated routing channels keep cables untangled, and out of sight, out of mind.
Flow through ventilation: Electronics can’t perform at peak level if they overheat. On the bottom, our flow through panel helps bring cool air in, while the back flow-through panels lets hot air out.
Integrated levelers: Floors aren’t always even. Built into the legs, integrated levels are adjustable for minor leveling or panel alignment issues.
Removable back panel: Most of our competitors have a small hole for you to stick wires through to plug in your electronics. We decided to make it easier. Our back panels are removable for easy access to your electronics.