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Published on October 3rd, 2012 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Home Office In A Box





Materials: Ikea table, steel tabletops, computer tower desk trays

Description: I had to surrender my home office to make room for my new baby boy ;) I took an Ikea stainless steel kitchen “work table”, some Ikea computer tower desk trays, two steel tabletops, and two grated steel shelves to make an “office” that I could pack away into a closet.

p.s. I’ve still been looking for my old Ikea catalog that features the items I used so that I can submit the exact design models that I used.

See a higher res image of the build.

~ Ian, Los Angeles

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23 Responses to Home Office In A Box

  1. elizabeth says:

    This is so nerdy, yet I love it so much! Great hack.

  2. Anonymous says:

    fab g33kness! i love it

  3. Anonymous says:

    The stainless kitchen thing should be Udden.

  4. Anonymous says:

    This is out of this world!
    Contender for 10 Best of 2012 Jules?

  5. Keith says:

    Well done! It looks like a lot of thought and work went into this clever project. If anyone is feeling entrepreneurial, I bet there would be a market for exactly this sort of device.

  6. Unknown says:

    Now just cover the outside in laminate wood, put a baby changing table on top and squeeze in a cat litter box next the cpu and double it’s awesome factor!!!

  7. definitely need some step by step and more closeups. this would be the ultimate portable desk for my studio

  8. Anonymous says:

    This is such a comprehensive hack, great work. Could you please give details on your temperature sensing and ventilation systems, as I’m undetaking a hack on the Expedit range of cabinets for a complete home entertainment system and I’m having difficulty in sourcing suitable items, as heat will be a major problem. I’ll document the hack when it’s finshed. Again a great hack.

  9. Hans says:

    Glorious idea! :D

    Anyone else having problems with the last thread of pics? Cant seem to zoom in on them

  10. Anonymous says:

    Should be in the running for 2012 hack of the year. This is definitely not amateur hour here.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Bad. Ass.

  12. Dustin Ma says:

    I like the patent pending at the end. Make sense on why instructions weren’t given for this work of art.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Whole thing looks like gates computer back in 1975. I want one. Needs a secret cupboard so you can turn into a bar after hours.

  14. Anonymous says:

    this is pure genius!!!

  15. Alpha 76 says:

    What a great idea! Compact and stylish.

  16. IGredux says:

    losing my mind and competing with my boxer’s slobbery ways as i look at this crazy sick masterpiece. leaving the page before i turn completely green with envy. :-)

  17. Anonymous says:

    it doesn’t look very nice,, but for sure can be useful

  18. This is great. I wish there was a list of components still available on this year’s catalogue.

  19. i would love to see more step by step guide on this i would love to make one. and what the cost of this was

  20. Anonymous says:

    What did you use to keep the top or side tables up? are they like actuators or pneumatics? thanks!

  21. Alexa Ts says:

    I’d like to know if this Home Office In a Box can be bought, or if construction plans can be made available. It’s adorable. I’d love one for my office, bought or something I can build whose plans I’d be happy to purchase.

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