If you ever thought your office was cramped and needed bunk-style desks, you probably weren’t the first.
A photo taken of Paul Rudolph’s architectural office located in New York City in the late 1960′s.
Via Kelvin Dickinson
Henry O. Studley Tool Chest
Henry O. Studley (1838-1925) was an organ and piano maker, carpenter, and mason who worked for the Smith Organ Co., and later for the Poole Piano Company of Quincy, Massachusetts. Born in 1838 in Lowell, Massachusetts, Studley is best known for creating the so called Studley Tool Chest, a wall hanging tool chest which cunningly holds some 300 tools in a space that takes up about 40 inches by 20 inches of wall space when closed.