pesco at April 23rd, 2014 12:51 — #1
jardine at April 23rd, 2014 13:31 — #2
That doesn't look nearly big enough to put a secretary in.
wisconsinplatt at April 23rd, 2014 13:45 — #3
I can't find my checkbook half the time in my current desk. I'd never find it in this one. But, I'd have fun looking.
technogeekagain at April 23rd, 2014 14:11 — #4
Seen before -- a websearch will find other cabinetry by the same builders with similar delightful mechanisms -- but, yeah, want.
Wouldn't quite fit into my library as it stands. But maybe something less ornate...
mister44 at April 23rd, 2014 14:24 — #5
You fool, you gotta chop them up and put each piece in one of the thousand different cubby holes.
rchrdschndr at April 23rd, 2014 15:59 — #6
Crap, I would ne'er get anything done.
matthew_cooper at April 23rd, 2014 16:45 — #7
Reminds me of the excellent IOS series of games The Room https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/the-room/id552039496?mt=8 The creators must have seen desks like this when coming up with the idea.
gilbertwham at April 23rd, 2014 17:18 — #8
The firewalls on those old Roentgens are terrible, though. After a couple of months, the easel gets all jammed up with pamphlets that say EXPANDE YOURE PENYS! in 72pt gothic type, and the secret compartments inexplicably disappear all your stuff.
kimmo at April 24th, 2014 06:55 — #9
This thing is astounding.
nscafe at April 24th, 2014 07:01 — #10
I wonder what it would take to make a LEGO Technic version of this...
pesco at April 28th, 2014 12:51 — #13
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