Sequel Lateral File Cabinet by BDI
designed by Matthew Weatherly
At A Glance:
The Sequel Lateral File Cabinet is, as the name cleverly implies, a sequel to some of the other office system parts in the Sequel series. It's free-standing, and it has a clever and secure opening and closing system, as well as a lock. The lateral file can hold hundreds of letter or legal size files with ease, and look great next to your desk at the same time.
See the entire BDI Sequel Office collection.
What's To Like:
The look of this file cabinet is beyond reproach, and it's one of the few free-standing additions to the Sequel family of furniture. Handsome and useful on its own, it still looks great as part of a team.
What's Not to Like:
Price. For a simple filing solution, this lateral file could be pretty steep for some buyers. Although it does fit perfectly with the rest of the Sequel system.
The Bottom Line:
The Lateral File is a pricey but valuable addition to the Sequel workspace.
The locking Lateral File Cabinet offers secure storage for legal and/or letter-sized files in its two generously sized drawers. For safety, the drawers include interlocking anti-tip hardware, allowing only one drawer to open at a time and a counterweight for stability. Alternate lock and key sets are available separately.
Thoughtful design; sleek lines; material quality that is without peer. Becker Designed Inc. was founded in 1984 by Bill Becker with the goal of making top-notch modern furniture design accessible to the public. They've succeeded. With the most functional, well-engineered, and attractively designed TV stands on the market, BDI has raised the bar to an impressive height. Features like flow-through ventilation, IR-friendly glass, integrated wheels, and removable back panels are just a few of the innovative ways BDI has discovered to make the TV stand that much better. Today, BDI is best know for its home entertainment systems, but it has also applied its vision and craftsmanship in its lines of tables, shelving, and mirrors. BDI is located in Chantilly, Virginia.
Heavily influenced by Danish modern style, Matthew studied Scandinavian design, architecture, and woodworking at Denmark's Design School and holds a degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute. Inspired by his love of Nature, Matthew's designs have become known for merging maximum functionality with minimal materials, always striving to do more with less.