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22 Ago/10

Custom Cuts and Lava Lamps: The Musician’s Office [Featured Workspace]

Custom Cuts and Lava Lamps: The Musician’s Office [Featured Workspace]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Today’s featured workspace isn’t the tiniest workspace we’ve featured, but it’s certainly compact. How compact? A chunk of the desk had to be cut away to make room for the door. Read on for additional pictures from this soothing-colored workspace. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere...

16 Nov/09

The Treehaus Workspace [Featured Workspace]

The Treehaus Workspace [Featured Workspace]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); You won’t find a law that says a workspace has to be in a gray fabric-covered box or a white-walled room. Today’s workspace proves that with the beautiful, airy openness of childhood tree house. One industrious Lifehacker reader decided his backyard, and his workflow, could use a tree-house-like escape. Built on a small addition and incorporating a beautiful tree, it’s a sweet little getaway with everything—ample...

31 Ago/09

The Climbing-Wall Fortress [Featured Workspace]

The Climbing-Wall Fortress [Featured Workspace]

We’ve featured a variety of offices here, but this is definitely the first time we’ve featured an office built into a rock-climbing wall. Lifehacker reader Scott Mulder works at Tree Fort Bikes—a sport and bike shop in Ypsilanti, MI—and have quite a novel office. His workspace is inside the top of their climbing wall and has a distinctly tree-fort like appearance. Inside his climbing-wall fortress he has a desk made of particle board that has been sanded and sealed...




24 Ago/09

The Floating Shelves and Hidden Cables Workspace [Featured Workspace]

The Floating Shelves and Hidden Cables Workspace [Featured Workspace]

Today’s featured workspace is a great example of how, with some careful shopping and thoughtful layout, you can create an uncluttered and tidy workspace without a huge budget. Lifehacker reader msweston took some basic building blocks from IKEA and assembled them into a sleek workspace with well manged cables and a tidy layout. This is where all my work gets done, whether its school, email, editing, etc. The tables and shelves all came from IKEA and installing them became my summer...

11 Ago/09

The Teeny-Tiny Home Office [Featured Workspace]

The Teeny-Tiny Home Office [Featured Workspace]

Lifehacker reader Gordyhand recently moved his home office from the biggest room in his house to the smallest, then made the most of the downgrade with some careful planning. Just because his office is now in a room the size of a modest walk-in closet doesn’t mean Gordyhand made huge sacrifices. The space is smaller but he’s using it more effectively, and even has a computer tucked away in a cabinet for testing and development. If the computer stashed in a side-cabinet isn’t...

10 Ago/09

The Trap Door Desk [Featured Workspace]

The Trap Door Desk [Featured Workspace]

At first glance, today’s featured workspace might appear to be yet another so-hip-it-hurts, ultra-spartan Mac workspace. This space, however, has a secret. How do you maintain a completely uncluttered workspace, but also keep access to basic tools and peripherals? You build, as Lifehacker reader Roitsch did, a desk with a large storage compartment in the middle. He had the good fortune to find an old clerical desk with a sturdy frame he could work from. Using that frame, he constructed...

13 Lug/09

The Monolithic Office [Featured Workspace]

The Monolithic Office [Featured Workspace]

Remodeling a room is a great way to get a fresh start for your new office. It’s even better when your room is the a nice big basement waiting for some finishing touches. Lifehacker reader Adam Selwood is getting ready for the arrival of a new baby—congratulations Adam!—and trying to use the space in his home more efficiently. The basement, previously just used for storage, was slated to be turned into a home office. Those of us who have had basement offices or offices...

14 Apr/09

Behind the Khaki Curtain [Featured Workspace]

Behind the Khaki Curtain [Featured Workspace]

Hidden workspaces are quite pragmatic when it comes to quickly tidying up. A mess that can’t be seen is no mess at all, right? Taking a note from the same playbook as previously featured workspace Mac in a Box , Lifehacker reader The End of The World tucked his workspace away in a closet. More spacious than the Mac in a Box closet there is room for a lengthy desk and two large shelves for additional storage. Ergonomics are a high priority, the keyboard is set up for the DVORAK system...

13 Apr/09

The Bamboo Studio [Featured Workspace]

The Bamboo Studio [Featured Workspace]

A serene and well laid out workspace is a significant productivity booster. With soothing lighting and bamboo walls, it would be tough not to be creative in the Bamboo Studio. Lifehacker reader OmarEHamid has quite the chill space to work on his computer and get some recording done. The walls of his workspace are bamboo, harvested right from his own backyard. The glass table, taking a cue from the Purple Moods and Glowing Cubes school of illumination, is lit from below and provides a soothing...

13 Apr/09

Add Antistatic Protection to Your Desk [DIY]

Add Antistatic Protection to Your Desk [DIY]

Whether your motivation is a deep hatred of surprise static shocks or adding a little security to your electronics workbench, this handy tutorial will help you banish unwanted electricity from any work space. Rob Severson of the electronic hobbyist CircuitGizmos Labs, found himself frequently tinkering at his desk, and wanting to protect the electronics he pried open. He had an antistatic mat, but it was on the small side, and expanding it to the size of his work surface was out of the...