A Swedish designer and skillful craftsman Love Hultén has created a workspace for amateur radio engineer, which was made by the image of the classic 19th-century desks. Besides, it contains a high-tech filling, including the in-dash computer with a sliding 24-inch display, the acoustic system, and soldering station.

The desk Tempel for radio amateur by Love Hulten 1
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If it is necessary, the table can be closed with a key hiding its secret design and drawings. On the door there is a small highlighted in the dark planetarium – it looks stylish. In addition, this unusual piece of furniture contains 26 boxes for small things and details, plus the panel of tools. The designer called his creation Tempel and has not yet decided on its price. He used such materials as ash, walnut and brass.

The desk Tempel for radio amateur by Love Hulten 2
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The desk Tempel for radio amateur by Love Hulten 3
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