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Tempel Workbench

Inspired by the classic workbenches from the early 19th century, the Tempel Workbench combines vintage touches with modern components. Hidden within its ash, walnut, and brass facade lies a high-end computer with a liquid cooling system that's visible inside a backlit reservoir and a 24-inch monitor that's motorized to hide itself away when not in use. It also has a built-in soldering iron/electronics workstation, custom tools tailored to your needs, and custom brass controls. Made by hand, just like the pieces on which it's based.

  • Korgis Record Cabinet

    Handcrafted from solid walnut in a Montreal studio, the Korgis Record Cabinet is an understated media storage solution. The shelves sit atop plated satin brass legs, with solid brass handles for the drawers. The vinyl itself sits in front loading drawers that slide out for access to the records behind, and the cabinet is available in several different configurations to meet your individual storage needs.

  • Elysium Chair

    "Sleeping on a cloud" is a long-used mattress cliche. The Elysium Chair might actually deliver, no bed required. It was developed by Dr. David Wickett, a British inventor and designer who spent ten years studying the relationship between posture and gravitational force, earning a PhD in bioengineering along the way. As a result, it has a carbon fiber skeleton, with springs fused at precise locations and tensions and a series of foams to offer an unrivaled level of support and pressure relief. The seat is then mounted on a virtual cam that makes reclining completely effortless, providing a weightless experience at a 25% recline no other chair can provide. Handmade in Cambridge and limited to just 20 units.