Introduction: Olmo Desk

Picture of Olmo Desk

Olmo desk is a table thinked for designers and architects who works in small places.
Inspired by the Chinese boxes.
The 1:5 scale model is totally handmade.
Model dimensions: 12cm x 26 cm x 16 cm.


JohnMacK52 (author)2016-08-16

This is a fantastic design! :)

Grar Varg (author)2015-12-09

Looks nice, but no information, and no construction pics. From 1-5 I give it 1.

MiguelM97 (author)Grar Varg2016-05-11

Its only a scale model

CrazyCosplayLady (author)2015-10-18

This is incredible!!

escapefromyonkers (author)2013-04-13

really would be gret if this was an instructable, just a tease now for the people that would like to make one, even the directions for the scale, i guess multiplies by 5 would work .

yeah, the model's scale is 1:5!

pinhead1984 (author)2013-02-02

I would love to see a full scale version of this.

smoak (author)2013-01-23

I must admit it is cool and would be an awesome desk to have to use, but it doesn't seem like much of an 'ible.

MadManStan (author)2013-01-16

I hate to ask but could you take a picture of the middle part where the desk rises on an angle I would greatly appreciate it since this is the only part im having trouble understanding how it works..

Anto.does (author)MadManStan2013-01-17

Yeah no problem!
the middle part of the desk was designed for a correct, with the correct angle of a laptop.
Its composed by 2 pieces linked together by 2 red leather strips.
under that 2 pieces we can find a layer of wood with a cavity that hold the smaller pieces in the "angled mode".
the bigger pieces (where the laptop can be placed) are linked at the rest with other 2 red leather strips, but you can see it only if made lots of attention,
it's clear now? :)

Anto.does (author)Anto.does2013-01-17

*was designed for a correct use of a laptop.
sorry for my bad english

timothyspirit (author)2013-01-16

crazy awesome. very cool.

CaseBoy (author)2013-01-16

i would buy this in a heart beat if this was real

jbrecken (author)2013-01-16

Are the rods in the legs indicating some sort of adjustable height?

Anto.does (author)jbrecken2013-01-16

It can be an improvement of the project!
cool idea!

ThamarBerber (author)2013-01-15


ZaneEricB (author)2013-01-15

And to the lumber yard!

embochner (author)2013-01-15

this is freakin brilliant.

Anto.does (author)2013-01-14

thank you very much!

GorillazMiko (author)2013-01-14

This is incredible!

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