Living in a loft or studio offers some strange challenges in apartment layout. Instructables user Castor bricoleur wanted a way to not just divide his loft into rooms, but also to rotate the TV so it's viewable in both rooms. His solution? Hacking an IKEA STOLMEN pole mount so the television can rotate 180 degrees.
The hack takes the same idea as the previously mentioned STOLMEN TV mount, but adds the twist (no pun intended) that it can rotate 180 degrees. On top of the STOLMEN poles, you'll also need some extra mounting fixtures, a flat panel mounting system and some extra washers. With just a little work, you'll end up with a television that can rotate around the room. It's especially handy if you're in a large studio and you're using a shelf as a makeshift room divider. Hit up Instructables for a full guide to building it yourself.
Stolmen 180 Pivot TV Mount [Instructables]