Ned McDonald
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Loving the energy of this light box/school desk. Makes it so much easier to see your art work, especially if you are drawing your designs on transparencies instead of using a printer.

This could be a great idea for converting my vintage school desk: Loving the energy of this light box/school desk. Makes it so much easier to see your art work, especially if you are drawing your designs on transparencies instead of using a printer.

“It’s called the Laura Desk, and Klebba initially designed it for ShowPDX, a biyearly Portland-based furniture design competition. While the finished product is done up in the customer’s choice of ash, cherry, walnut or white oak, Klebba first worked it out using plywood and maple scraps for the top and legs, respectively.”

The Laura Desk, designed by Klebba for ShowPDX (Portland-based furniture design competition). The finished product is done up in the customer’s choice of ash, cherry, walnut or white oak.

Wonderful detail for the shelves and connections that has been carried on throughout the residence. Fascinating preservation of former Carnegie Library

Wonderful detail for the shelves and connections that has been carried on throughout the residence. Fascinating preservation of former Carnegie Library Malcolm - This inspired me due to the level of detail involved in the construction!