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Stereo and dishes in the buffet.

Thirty inches high, 2 feet wide, and 9 feet long, this rounded buffet-divider owes its uncluttered appearance to unseen catches and hinges. Cabinet doors open with touch latches for access to dishes, glassware, and records, and the flush-fitting stereo cover swings up on pivot hinges that lock in a raised position with lid support brackets.

Records store in the cabinet section next to the wall. Plates and stemware, at the opposite end, stay behind doors that open to both dining and living areas. Stereo speakers are across the living room.

Architect Robert Mueller of Berkeley was the designer.
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Date:Nov 1, 1985
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