Consort Display Group Blog


Once again our unique and versatile Abstracta Modular Display System is an integral part of an impressive exhibit of design talents. Abstracta is now featured in Herman Miller’s Chicago showroom on the 3rd floor of the Merchandise Mart. The photos here show our 13mm (1/2″) tubing in white powder coat recently installed as part of NEOCON 2012. NEOCON […]

Date posted: June 27, 2012 Category: Abstracta Blog


  The Holiday Season is upon us, and you may be asking yourself: “Hmmm… what to buy for that special someone?” Each year around this time, a number of people from Kalamazoo and surrounding areas return to Consort to order a new supply of Mya tables to give as gifts. Their commitment to Mya comes […]

Date posted: December 15, 2010 Category: Abstracta Blog


Part of Consort Display Groups Abstracta line of furniture is the Mya. Mya is a collection of “personal” sized drink tables designed for arm’s reach convenience. Mya tables are perfect for serving anywhere or for accenting smaller spaces. Mya models come in varying heights from 19″ to 28″ to perfectly suit your taste. Choose from […]

Date posted: October 21, 2010 Category: Abstracta Blog

The 90° connector is the most important component of the modular system.

  Design Quest, one of America’s leading Scandinavian furniture stores, located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, is featuring Abstracta furniture in their current catalogue. The title of our page is “Danish-American Innovation” and features some of our favorite Abstracta pieces. Our unique  little “Mya®” personal-sized beverage tables are designed for arm’s reach convenience and are easily […]

Date posted: October 14, 2010 Category: Abstracta Blog

Open stacked cube shelving

 Yes, sometimes we humans just want to go shopping! Even guys find the urge to hit a store for something other than a fuel filter or new saw blade once in a while. And, speaking of buying something, in1998 we began searching for a new product line to fit within the display biz and nourish […]

Date posted: December 17, 2009 Category: Abstracta Blog

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