Teiki Design Studio have managed to transform an old Apple Mac G4 desktop computer base into a stylish cocktail cabinet fit for summer cocktail parties.
The Connecticut-based, USA, Teiki Design Studios have managed to completely gut an old Mac desktop base of all of its wiring and circuits, and repurpose it into a cocktail cabinet titled; the McMartini, capable of creating delicious cosmopolitans and refreshing gin and tonics.
Teiki Design are a studio who specialise in transforming old products and giving them a new lease of life.
Their new project was to turn an Apple Mac G4 computer tower base, which was first released in 2002, into a drinks cabinet.
Teiki managed to remove all of the crucial circuitry, built shelves to store cocktail accessories, attached hinges to the sides of the machine and a detachable, dropdown lid.
Inside, the cabinet features stylish wooden finishes, with original Mac fixtures, and on the outside there are pop-out trays for olives and napkins.
The unique cocktail cabinet comes complete with cosmopolitan martini glasses and a cocktail mixer set featuring strainers, spoons, stirrers, and fruit knives.
The cocktail cabinet is a one-off design, but has been designed to display the inventive and creative ideas that can be done to help give interesting objects a second life.
For more information on the McMartini cocktail cabinet visit Teiki Design Studio online.