From Tom Spina Designs.
I am descended from 5,000 generations of tool-using primates. Also, I went to college and stuff. I write for MAKE, serve as Technical Editor for MAKE magazine, and develop original DIY content for Make: Projects.
Ugh, it’s not even useful as a table. It’s so low that a normal sized person can’t get their legs under it. Notice where the arms of the chair are. To use this as a table (form = function) a person would have to perch on the edge of their chair and hover over the table. My back hurts just from looking at it. Better to pour resin on top of Han there and make a level work surface, but then again, that ruins the prop. Sorry fanboy, your new wife is right-this thing has to go!
so haters, you’ve seen it from the other side?
Reviewer – use the force and sense what you can not see.Never judge a book by it’s cover, or a table by the chairs arm height. Many quality chairs have pnuematic lift and they actually compress slighly when weight is applied. I expect this table is a very usable height and that there is no control panel on the other side to block your knees.
Knees, no knees? Back pain? Hunchback? A jedi cares not for these things. I would fight 5 rancor to get that desk.
well if George Lucas designed this table we would be set lol…….. but no i agree with joe that this table is completely fuctional. and what about the resin to make a level surface. it has a sheet of glass raised above han so you have a level surface. plus the other side could be cut away just like he said so you do have rom for your legs. and anonymous…. i would fight 10
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