Tempel Workbench

Feb 3, 2017

Category: Living

Inspired by classic workbenches from the early 19th century, the ‘Tempel’ serves as a sanctuary for any contemporary craftsman or electrician. On the outside, it’s a minimalistic design piece, however, upon opening the piece up a classic writing desk bureau reveals itself in all of its retro glory.

All told, the bench measures in a 43” x 43” x 16-inches and features a combined 26 drawers for ample storage. There’s also plenty of room to hang your favorite tools in an orderly fashion and the workbench even comes equipped with a computer and 2.1 speaker system to help you stay in the groove when working in the garage. The inside also hosts a pop-up 24” monitor held within a walnut frame along with a built-in soldering and electronic working station. Clearly, with its mid-century appeal, contemporary features, and user-friendly design, it’s hard not to appreciate the aesthetics and functionality of the Templ Workbench -even if the price has yet to be released. [Purchase]

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