Mig and Tig of Chicago and Mortise and Tenon of Los Angeles partnered with Harrington School of Design on a competition to design an audio/visual cabinet and a sofa. Chicago native Julie Logan, an interior design senior at Harrington, won the A/V cabinet category. Her entry, made of ash wood, is shown here (an elevator function raises the TV out of the credenza). Stay tuned for more information on the manufacturing of this prototype, as well as for details about the winner of the sofa competition.

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Mig and Tig of Chicago and Mortise and Tenon of Los Angeles partnered with Harrington School of Design on a competition to design an audio/visual cabinet and a sofa. Chicago native Julie Logan, an interior design senior at Harrington, won the A/V cabinet category. Her entry, made of ash wood, is shown here (an elevator function raises the TV out of the credenza). Stay tuned for more information on the manufacturing of this prototype, as well as for details about the winner of the sofa competition.

Mig and Tig of Chicago and Mortise and Tenon of Los Angeles partnered with Harrington School of Design on a competition to design an audio/visual cabinet and a sofa. Chicago native Julie Logan, an interior design senior at Harrington, won the A/V cabinet category. Her entry, made of ash wood, is shown here (an elevator function raises the TV out of the credenza). Stay tuned for more information on the manufacturing of this prototype, as well as for details about the winner of the sofa competition.

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