I like looking at pictures of workspaces because you can kind of see how they evolved over time to suit the individual. We make them work for us and what doesn't work doesn't usually last that long. It will be interesting to see what this work area looks like in a years time.
One of the things I would like to add in addition to more outlets is an outlet timer. Something that will automatically shut off my soldering station or hot glue gun when I accidentally leave them on. I guess I will have to remember to turn things off until I have more time to automate my life.
In this picture you can see a contact printer I am currently modifying to be used as a light box for PCB photofabrication, but I will post more about that another day.
I found a great Eck-Adams chair at Treasure Mart for $20. I think it matches the clock radio I found at Treasure Mart also, quite well. Here is a picture of the chair on the ride home.
Here are a couple of action shots. You can see that the chair functions quite well as something to sit on. Studies have shown that people who stand less often tend to sit more. I think this is a good addition to my workspace. It is really comfortable; it has that 1970's cushioning and it's seat to back angle is quite inviting.
|Action Shot - Form following function|
|Action Shot - P.O.V.|
It is no secret that this chair came from the Eck-Adams company. Googling the company turns up no real information though. I guess they have gone out of business. But, what a fine chair they made before they did.
|Accidental photo's are interesting|
If you have any photos of a workspace you would like to share, feel free to post a link in the comments. Or just share what the favorite part about your workspace is.