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Beautiful Wooden Workbench Hides a PC: Maker’s Desk

by Lambert Varias
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Swedish artist Love Hultén continues to marry classic furniture with computers. One of his latest projects is Tempel, a modern workstation inspired by 19th century writing desks. It combines a workbench, a large drawer and a computer in one elegant piece of wooden furniture.

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The workbench’s lid has an illuminated planetarium design beneath its keyhole. Below the workbench are 26 drawers.

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When opened, the lid turns into a desk and reveals Tempel’s other components. The left side houses a soldering station…

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while the right side seems to contain the controls for the computer, as well as its USB ports.

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The computer’s 24″ monitor pops out in front of the tool rack at the center.

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Now that’s an all-in-one PC. Check out Love’s website to see more of Tempel.

[via designboom via Werd]



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