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Three by Three Seattle Debuts Up•Rise!™ Designer Plywood Monitor Riser & Organizer

May 14, 2015

Three by Three Seattle Debuts Up•Rise!™ Designer Plywood Monitor Riser & Organizer

Seattle, WA – May 14, 2015 – Three by Three Seattle introduces up·rise!™, a new all-in-one monitor riser and desk organizer. Fabricated from bent plywood, the beautifully versatile up·rise! works as a monitor riser while clearing the clutter under a computer monitor, and can also stand vertically on a desk or be mounted on a wall to manage your space! The up·rise! comes with two moveable dividers to create adjustable compartments for organizing pens, notes, and files. With its graceful curve of bent plywood with exposed edging, the up·rise! is a perfect choice for the style-conscious consumer.

“I wanted to create a functional and elegant organizational solution for small desks,” said head designer Gwen Weinberg. “Bent plywood was the perfect material to use for this purpose, since it’s both refined and strong.”

Up·rise! comes with a real ashwood veneer or high-gloss lacquered finish. Available exclusively at The Container Store.


smart. modern. organized.

Since 1995, Three by Three Seattle products have made busy lives beautifully efficient. Whether outfitting a home, office, or dorm, each innovative organizing solution is worthy of display in any contemporary setting.

The company’s magnetic strip bulletin board design introduced the magnet board category as it’s known today. In recent years, they revamped the whiteboard industry with fresh, alternative dry-erase surfaces, including bamboo, glass, silicone, and stainless. Their current line consists of dry-erase boards, chalk boards, magnet boards, desk and wall organizers, hooks, and magnets. The design team also creates custom promotional products and has worked with a broad range of clients, including Nike, Starbucks, Herman Miller, Bravo Networks, Nine West, and W Hotels.


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