Builds Furniture Out of Old Apple Computers

While Apple’s moderate outlines frequently straddle a staggering line amongst gadgetry and workmanship, the architect Klaus Geiger has reconsidered one of the tech mammoth’s discontinued PCs with an utilitarian inclination.

Geiger made a line of contemporary furniture joining Apple’s Power Mac G5 – a substantial, aluminum machine that was launched in 2003 and was replaced by the Mac Pro three years after.

To assemble a seat, for example, a bit of strong wood rests on two of the machines, settled accurately inside every PC’s handles. To make a capacity unit, Geiger stacked two of the PCs on a level plane, and repurposed the substance of each into a working cabinet.

 

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