Work Table | Clementina, SF

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    1. stellarola 81 months ago | reply

      Hey blue,

      Two questions for you...

      1. Is this the same desk as before in the past pictures?

      2. How exactly are the lamps mounted?

      Thanks!

    2. blupics 81 months ago | reply

      Hi stellarola:

      I upgraded my working table from the 60x38 Andover table to the 80x40 Portica table with a white oak top, both from Room and Board in San Francisco, when I moved to a larger apartment last spring.

      The lamps, Tolomeo Micro Lamps from Artemides, are sold with one of three table mountings: a table base, a clamp or an in-set pivot; I chose the in-set pivot because if offered the smallest footprint.

    3. stellarola 80 months ago | reply

      Thanks blue!

      Yea, I've been really impressed on how your setup looks and I decided to build a workspace very similar to yours. I'll change a few small details, but more or less the same.

      Cheers,

      -Ben

    4. blupics 80 months ago | reply

      Hope we get to see pics then of what you come up with.

    5. camerist 76 months ago | reply

      very sleek.

    6. theopbf 74 months ago | reply

      Great shot! Thank you for releasing it under CC.
      I've added some of your pictures to my new conceptual photos collection to share it for people as various concepts.
      I've linked them back to you.

      (If you are concerned about the images use, please contact me!)

    7. Sass101 56 months ago | reply

      Hi,
      I have used this great photo on my blog.
      You can view it here:
      thecreativewriter.co.uk/?p=136

      Many thanks.

    8. Sass101 50 months ago | reply

      Hi,
      I liked this so much, I used it again.
      You can view it at:
      www.suite101.com/content/how-to-set-up-a-home-based-offic...

      Many thanks x

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