IndustEvo is a US-based custom industrial furniture maker with expertise in office furniture. Fond of their creations, I recently stumbled upon a work desk made of reclaimed wood with subtle touches of steel, copper pipe, and brass, fitting to transport it into the Steampunk era.
Designed by immensely creative Scott Dobert for IndustEvo, the desk carries a dexterous vibe and is finished to sublime detail. The quality of work, effort, and attention to detail is clearly evitable in the end result, which carries the essence of an idealistic steampunk desk.
Boasting a reclaimed solid wood top, the desk features a steel plate writing surface that is pleasing to the eye. The furniture piece has real copper lines and antique steam gauges; though, a major highlight of the desk is the secret compartment, which has been specifically designed to house important documents you don’t want others to have access to.
Other than this, you can find two file drawers and a keyboard tray on the desk. The overall structure is poised on costume steel legs with self-leveling feet. Measuring 42-inches deep, 84-inches long, and 31-inches in high, the desk includes stainless crank wheels on two ends and copper steam piping running throughout the structure.
The front end of the table is also a major eye-grabber: it swanks a barometer that has been ingrained on the front grill. The robust vintage crank handles make the furniture an absolute peach and are something that tickles my fancy.
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Every single element of the steampunk desk is expertly crafted into functional piece of art guaranteed to add aesthetic to your home or office. In case the steampunk desk has got you excited; you can get it through Etsy for approximately $12,000.