Fermo media unit with drop-down door and drawer


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Designer: Morten Georgsen

From $1,849.00
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Expected delivery: 6-8 weeks. Due to current systemic global logistic challenges, the delivery times might not reflect reality. Your local store will be able to provide more accurate delivery timings.
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Meet Fermo

Let Fermo work its magic. Watch as the clean lines and minimalist look of the Fermo extend to your entire home, when your clutter is neatly hidden away. Whether you're watching the game, listening to music or showing your holiday photos, this TV unit will hide your electronics seamlessly, so you can concentrate on being entertained.


Dimensions and weight

  • Height: 18¼ "
  • Width: 60 "
  • Depth: 19 "
  • Weight: 94 lb
  • Maximum weight load: 88 lb

Key features

  • With drop-down doors and drawer


  • Base cabinet: fiberboard with melamine/chipboard with melamine
  • Front: fiberboard with melamine/chipboard with melamine/chipboard with foil
  • Leg/base: steel


  • Base cabinet: lacquered
  • Front: lacquered/foil
  • Leg/base: powder coated

Assembly instructions

This product is complicated to assemble – that’s why we recommend that you take advantage of our professional assembly service. Our experienced staff will deliver the product to your home, put it together, position it just where you want it and take the packaging with them when they leave. Better safe than sorry!


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Morten Georgsen

Open with a push

The drawers open with a push mechanism and have no handles, ensuring a clean look.

Beveled edges

The design is completed with beveled edges. This fine detail ensures harmony and brings an elegance and exclusivity to the expression.


The front is designed with grooves that underline the horizontal and elegant design.

Drown down fronts

The drop-down fronts open smoothly and make it possible to hide your equipment when it's not in use.

    A tip from our interior designer

    “No matter how great a design, a sure-fire way to kill it is clutter. Consider layouts and add the few select pieces that tell your story.”