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BDI debuts Design Blog.
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BDI Celebrates 30 Years of High Performance Furniture.
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BDI introduces Corridor
A media console that beautifully combines great furniture design with the needs of technology. Designed by Matthew Weatherly.
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BDI launches Semblance.
A versatile modular system. Designed by Matthew Weatherly, this fully customizable collection that meets a multitude of needs by combining shelving and enclosed storage with workspace and technology components.
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BDI introduces Valera
BDI introduces Valera collection of TV stands. Designed by Louis A. Lara, the collections features beautifully finished tapered wood panels that surround adjustable shelves, keeping electronic components within easy while providing a semi-enclosed appearance.
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Marina awarded ‘Best in Design’
Home Entertainment magazine presents BDI with ‘Best in Design’ award for Marina.
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BDI Expands at Highpoint
After many years, BDI relocates and expands it's High Point showroom. This new showroom is a beautiful representation of the BDI aesthetic.
BDI introduces Revo Cabinet
BDI introduces the unique Revo home theater cabinet designed by Louis A. Lara. The cabinet's unique footprint and swivel have made this a popular and versatile addition.
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BDI introduces Novia
BDI combines modern features with traditional styling with the transitional Novia collection of home theater furniture, launched in 2006.
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Avion Home Theater Cabinet introduced
BDI's Avion is named 'Best Buy in Flat-Panel TV Mounts and Stands' by Consumer's Digest.
Ahead of the trend towards flat panel technology, BDI introduced the sleek Icon collection in 2004 designed by Bill Becker and Cristian Wicha.
The First Pedestal TV stand
BDI introduces the first pedestal TV stand with an integrated flat panel TV mount. The Vista stand was designed by Louis A. Lara. Still a strong member of the BDI collection, this stand is often imitated but is uniquely BDI.
Noted designer Karim Rashid teams with BDI for Links and Orgo, two mirrors that take 'functional art' to a new level.
BDI expands further into quality home theater products with open stand sytems such as Axis, Aurora and Vector.
The success of the Ventura collection leads to exhibition at the Consumer Electronics Show and CEDIA Expo, introducing BDI home theater to the world of consumer electronics.
First home theater furniture introduced
Responding to a void in the market for home theater furniture that integrates electronics into the home, BDI introduced the Ventura collection, designed by Demir Hamami.
More in 1995
Avalon Mirror introduced
One of BDI's most popular mirrors, the Avalon mirror, designed by Al Glass was introduced in 1995.
The Atlantis tables were designed by Bill Becker and became a staple of the BDI assortment for over a decade.
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Contemporary Mirrors introduced
Introduction of mirrors such as Luna and Logos, designed by Al Glass, solidify BDI's place as dominant contemporary mirror manufacturer.
Mainly known for occassional tables up until this time, BDI introduces the first mirror, the Leser Mirror designed by Max Leser.
More in 1986
Cities Table Introduced
Early Partnership with noted designer Al Glass produces the popular Cities table collection. This partnership has continued throught the years and Glass has gone on to design some of BDI's most popular collections.
Silver Spring, MD
Growth of operations causes BDI's relocation to a larger facility in Silver Spring, MD.
More in 1984
BDI founded with headquarters in Bill Becker's apartment. First products assembled, packaged and shipped from a 400 sq warehouse in Columbia, MD.