Chevron Console

Condominiums in Toronto and apartments in New York City are notorious for having limited amounts of space – especially near the entry.


To address this situation Kevin Wiggers has designed a simple wall hung console that is both functional and easy to install.

The Chevron Console shown here measures 30″ long x 6″ deep x 6″ high. It has been crafted from quarter cut Wenge panels that have been compound mitred to create a seamless monolithic structure.

A hidden recess at the back holds an aluminum French cleat to allow for secure mounting to a wall.

Several months ago Kevin  received word that his Chevron Console was accepted into this year’s Architectural Digest Home Design Show.

His console ended up being part of a group exhibit at The Furniture Society’s display.

It was a great honour for Kevin to be participating in this event, with his Chevron Console being displayed alongside the works of distinguished furniture makers such as Garry Knox Bennett, Wendell Castle , Michael Fortune , Vladimir Kagan , Silas Kopf, John Makepeace, Judy McKie, Po Shun Leong and others.

This console is numbered 2010-#021 and is signed (on the back) by Kevin.

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