Workspace of the Week: Seeing double

This week’s Workspace of the Week is Blupics’ two person office:

Now that you’ve been blown away by the first image, check out this one featuring all of the cords, drives, and peripherals attached beautifully to the underside of the desk. Wow!

I share my home office with my husband and we have often spoken about the space we might save if we had a single desk for both of us. Finding this image showed me that a shared, single desk could be a technical and uncluttered possibility. Thank you, Blupic, for showing us all an uncluttered, space-saving, office setup choice. It’s impressive.

Want to have your own workspace featured in Workspace of the Week? Submit a picture to the Unclutterer flickr pool. Check it out because we have a nice little community brewing there. Also, don’t forget that workspaces aren’t just desks. If you’re a cook, it’s a kitchen; if you’re a carpenter, it’s your workbench.

8 Comments for “Workspace of the Week: Seeing double”

  1. posted by Garry Martin on

    Awesome desk/table. In the hi-res photos on flickr, you can see that the black cable ports on the desk are special – one of them seems to have USB ports. Any idea where the cable ports can be purchased from?

  2. posted by Daniel on

    Beautiful and elegant as all get-out. I personally would not want to work at that desk, but it’s good eye candy.

  3. posted by Garry Martin on

    In answer to my own question (!) it’s a Belkin In-Desk USB Hub. http://catalog.belkin.com/IWCa....._Id=369273

  4. posted by Edmundo on

    i would say the ergonomics are horrible. eye candy is one thing. but if you wrists are not higher then your fingers when you type, you will almost for sure get carpal tunnel if you work on keyboard 8-12 hrs a day (like me). i never cared about this until i got closer to 40, then i got ct, changed my whole setup, and now am ct free. i would say that if go back to a “regular” setup, i feel the pinch in less than 5 minutes of typing. its really amazing to see how our bodies react — we are generally so busy we ignore the most basic signs of trouble early.

    lifehacker is still my favorite site but the unclutter blog is moving up 🙂

    +ed.mundo

  5. posted by jeremy on

    This is really cool, be helpful to have one edge of the desk against the wall for supplying power to the desk. Unless you have a custom plug in the floor?

  6. posted by Michele on

    This is very cool!

  7. posted by Jesse on

    I wonder if this would work with a slightly less wide desk, which is what I have. I’d love to try it out, but I don’t think I could convince the other person sharing the desk 😉

  8. posted by Living Juicy » This Week from Around the Net: on

    […] This One’s for My Sweet­ness Per­haps some­day if we ever have to change up the office (don’t worry I’m not try­ing to redec­o­rate!), this type of solu­tion would work for us? Even bet­ter look under­neath! […]

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