“It’s like adding another room
to your house.”
That’s what Cynthia Miyashita, the CEO of fine furniture maker
Berkeley Mills, said when she saw the Gyre in action.
And after she saw the Gyre turn, she couldn’t stop smiling.
With a motion as easy as opening a door, the top case of the entertainment
center swung forward and around, twisting 180 degrees in a slim 21.5” depth,
and came back to its original resting place—only reversed.
The plasma screen is replaced by a bookcase with 12 linear feet of
shelf space lined with New York Times bestsellers. The Gyre doesn’t
just hide your flat screen TV—it doubles the function of your
It really is like adding another
room to your house. Disguise your entertainment center in any style with a motion never
Reinvent your living space.
The Gyre. From Reversica.
Use space better.