M2L Launches Its Own Cabinetry Line
Since its founding two decades ago, M2L has become a go-to source for a range of iconic European designers from every generation. So it is only natural that the company has taken the next step-celebrating twenty years in business by unveiling its own line of M2L Brand office cabinetry and casegoods.
The new line of contract cabinetry joins M2L’s collection of licensed and authorized furnishings from Europe
Designed by award-winning American product designer Manfred Petri, the line includes desks, credenzas, and media consoles for offices that require both good design and functional furnishings. Pieces combine handwork with high-quality technical hardware and a veneer selection with a specially developed urethane finishing system designed to give surfaces a glowing natural patina. Veneers are offered in standard finishes including Natural Walnut, Chestnut Walnut, Ebonized Oak, and Anigre, as well as custom veneers and stains. Top surface material options are designed to give the line flexibility-customers can choose from aluminum, leather, stone, and glass in white or black.
"Over the last 20 years, we've built a reputation for providing fresh, iconic and timeless modern design solutions to design professionals and the clients they serve,” says Michael Manes, M2L’s president and founder. “M2L Brand adds to our portfolio of design-driven brands but also fills a definite gap in the market for elegant, finely crafted architectural cabinetry."
M2L products can be seen on the company’s web site as well as their three showrooms: 135 Madison Ave., NYC; 3334 Cady’s Alley, Washington, DC; and 104 Boylston Street Boston, MA. For more information, call (800) 319-8222.
About the Manufacturer: Founded in 1992, M2L has gained an internationally recognized reputation for presenting fresh and iconic modern design solutions to the American A&D community. M2L has introduced a myriad of iconic designers that include: Josef Hoffmann, Eileen Grey, Alvar Aalto, Walter Gropius, Eero Aarnio and Pierre Paulin, as well as today’s design stars like Paolo Piva, Patrick Norguet, Norman Foster, Eoos, Pearson-Lloyd, Jeff Miller, and more.