Steampunk Hands 2016 – Bruce Rosenbaum’s Victorian Organ Command Desk

steampunk_hands_Stefan HolzhauerEvery hard working steampunk needs a place to work, be a workshop, a sewing table, or a blank canvas. For me, more often than not, it’s a computer, and while I’ll sometimes work with a laptop actually on my lap, it’s much easier to have a solid surface to work on. It might be a drafting table, the dining room table, or an actual desk, but if I could choose just one work surface for my computer, it would have to be Bruce Rosenbaum’s Victorian Organ Command Desk.

Jake Von Slatt has a great blog post about the details and components of the desk.

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The overall design and appearance of the desk is just stunning and incredibly creative. All the modern electronics are there, just hidden or artistically incorporated.

My favorite features of the desk are the speakers, built into horn speakers mounted on cast iron stanchions, the keyboard, and the organ pipes as the backdrop.

It’s the kind of desk which would fit right in any entrepreneur’s office in a steampunk story. Or an Ambassador’s office J

If you need a stylish and inspiring place to work, this desk just be one of your favorites, too.


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