Matthew Hoffman restored a '70s era Airstream trailer and hid the office in the kitchen. A restaurant-style booth makes for both a great working space and a place to eat.
As you can see in the photo, the printer is hidden in a sliding drawer that's part of the booth. An articulating arm allows the iMac to come forward when it's time to work and recede back when it's time to eat. It's a very clever use of the space and something that isn't restricted to trailers. The original Razorfish offices in New York used to have computer lunch booths and they worked well for small lunch meetings. Personally, I'd love to have a setup like this in my home someday. It's hard to hate a booth.