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"Aeris Lignea" Custom Desk/Computer Like You Haven't Seen Before

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maxfly

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May 7, 2005
i also followed your build and i can say it turned out beautiful! the only thing i would add is a couple of speakers in the left and right i beams. amazing job man!
 
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JLambeth87

JLambeth87

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Feb 5, 2016
i also followed your build and i can say it turned out beautiful! the only thing i would add is a couple of speakers in the left and right i beams. amazing job man!
Thanks. Maybe in the future I will. I currently have a nice audio setup via headphones so that's what I'm using now but maybe once my daughter is older I'll switch to speakers (her room is directly above my office).

 

Niku-Sama

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Jan 13, 2005
what kind of wood is that?
also was it hard to work with?

kinda looks like zebra, just looking for some ideas for an entertainment center that i need to build, dont worry it wont be any thing like this.

also i cant remember from the build log but this room is on a slab foundation right?
 

Mandrake4565

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Jan 12, 2012
Honestly, I saw this thread pop up and the first thing that came to mind is, it fell through the floor. :D
 
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JLambeth87

JLambeth87

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Feb 5, 2016
what kind of wood is that?
also was it hard to work with?

kinda looks like zebra, just looking for some ideas for an entertainment center that i need to build, dont worry it wont be any thing like this.

also i cant remember from the build log but this room is on a slab foundation right?
Yup Zebra wood. It's a pretty dense wood but not that difficult to work with. Just expensive if you mess it up.

Yes it's an 8" concrete slab floor under the tile. Perfectly solid.