Various cabinet styles and sizes combine with the base and top for a truly signature look for now and whatever's next.
In 2007, Chuck Saylor, founder of izzy+, created the Audrey modular storage cabinet collection for izzy. Saylor has more than 21 patents and three decades of furniture industry experience, including senior management positions in marketing, design and sales with Haworth, Inc. and Knoll. In 1976, during what he might call a defining moment, Saylor, Dick Haworth and Harold Wilson led the design and development of the first pre-wired steel panel system in the office furniture industry. Saylor’s work currently is being shown at New York's Museum of Modern Art.Chuck Saylor saw Audrey as the byproduct of izzy’s research around furniture for collaboration – at home, school or the office. He envisioned Audrey as a platform for people to share their ideas, store project files and create highly personally space. Audrey was seen as a perfect fit for executive or open plan offices, as well as residential décor. Its highly customizable character was attractive to designers, who could create a one-of-a-kind product with each material and color selection, as well as mix materials horizontally and vertically within an assembly.
Aluminum base, case in melamine, matte or polished laminate or wood veneer. Frosted or printed glass cabinet doors inside aluminum or urethane glazed frame. Full-extension drawers