I designed this desk to get all my computer equipment and cables up off the floor, behind cabinet doors, and leave my work surface completely clear. A major part of this project was also incorporating the analog meters which show my computer’s status.
I designed this desk to provide places for all the computer devices and cables which clutter modern workstations. It is built entirely out of CNC-milled MDF panels and standard lumber, and only six bolts have to be undone to separate it into easy-to-move parts.
Laser-cut and heat-formed acrylic sheet assembled into a hydroponic bamboo curtain. This began as a study for a studio project, but I couldn’t resist actually building it.
A lamp I built to provide relatively even light across my studio drafting table.