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King Murphy At the Denver Art Museum

Mirrored King Murphy Bed from FlyingBeds at the Denver Art Museum

Bed coming down

Full profile The whole system:
Closet and drawers on left. Small desk on right. King size bed in the middle. 128" width

King Murphy Bed at
Denver Art Museum
Condos

Sometimes just a bunch of photos can tell the story just as well s me spelling out the obvious.

The answer to your first question: Yes, it is a real 1/4" thick clear float mirror.

The second answer: This SICO King mechanism does hold all positions in it's cycle up or down.

Enough... More details at end of page for those other thoughts.

Bed coming down

Bed down

Mirrored King Murphy Bed
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Art Bridge with Lighting

Pretty cool uplighting

We did some uplighting that looks pretty cool at night from inside,
or outside looking in.

The Denver Art Museum

 

This is view out the window. Want more information
on this new Art Museum in Denver?
www.denverartmuseum.org

View from the window.
  Wichita Mirrored King Murphy Bed, Bed Up

King Mirrored Murphy Bed

Alicia called from Wichita, asked me if we couldn't do the Denver Art Museum in her new exercise room. Everything was fine until she said it was downstairs in the basement. We couldn't get the single piece bedface mirrored panel into the room. So we designed the bottom of the king bed to be two mirrored panels.

Two weeks after Alicia awarded us this manufacture, she called and asked, had we ever done a tufted wall behind the bed? My response was, "Send me a picture." So here is the result
... and I -Like - It!

The outside panels of mirror are actually pier cabinets of drawers and hanging rods. Each door weighed 47 pounds!

  Wichita Closet in Pier Cabinets

We didn't have enough room to do our hidden nightstand feature so we incorporated our almost as famous drop deck.

If the RoomMaker from SICO has one design fault, it is that the bed when thrown all the way out of the cavity leaves a void that allows a person to look behind the headboard and see our rather impressive lift mechanisms. (Not really that beautiful.)

Many years ago while working at the Broadmoor Hotel, it was asked that we somehow delete this scenic observation point. While not very well shown here, the dropped deck is now in a nightstand function, behind the pillows.

The RoomMaker was designed for a box spring and mattress, many years ago when their combined height was 15 inches. Today's mattresses exceed 16" and suggest the box springs is non functional. Shown here is that extreme mattress with a black lacquer foundation.

Here is my challenge. Give me any mattress, I'll make it disappear!

 
     
 
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