Steampunk computer workstation and toilet

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A piece called Steampunk Time Machine Antique Master Bathroom Computer Workstation
by Bruce Rosenbaum and Walter Parker repurposes Victorian-era plumbing components as an eye-catching desk.

A computer workstation built from Victorian-era bathroom fixtures spells retro-futuristic relief at a new exhibit of geek-friendly “antiques.” The Steampunk Time Machine Antique Master Bathroom Computer Workstation, designed by Bruce Rosenbaum and Walter Parker, melds a modern computer with antique plumbing components, including a ribcage shower, toilet and pipes…

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Paper House Still Standing After 80 Years

Paper House Still Standing After 80 Years 

Back in 1922, a mechanical engineer began building his summer home in Rockport, Massachusetts out of paper. Originally used just as insulation, Elis Stenman soon began to make furniture and decorations out of paper as well. What resulted was Rockport’s Paper House, which is remarkably still standing after 80 years. Stenman’s grandniece is now in charge of the house, which was turned into a museum in the 1930s.

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