Rotating TV/Bookcase Hides Your TV Addiction
It's not a new concept, but the Gyre TV/bookcase will surely still turn a few heads.
The Gyre is designed to show off your flat screen or book collection.
January 21, 2008 by Rachel Cericola

I’ll be the first to admit that my TV watching is not all Oscar winners and documentaries. For those of you that aren’t so forthcoming with your entertainment habits, there’s the Gyre from Reversica.

This entertainment center twists to support your many moods—or at least the book worm and TV junkie ones. The unit swings 180 degrees in a cabinet that’s 21.5 inches deep, and even features cable management. The company says it can accommodate any TV in almost any town.

Each one is made to order, which means you’ll have to call to get a quote.

Via Born Rich

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