No, not my design, but the design of Bob Rozaieski of the Logan Cabinet Shoppe webpage. If you don't know about Bob, he is a woodworker and blogger who works almost exclusively utilizing 18th and 19th century tools and techniques. Bob also posts over at the Creek and Woodnet. In addition to his blogging, Bob has video podcasts on his website and through iTunes.
I have been vaguely aware of Bob's workbench, but only just finished viewing his podcasts on it. His design is an old design with a few elements that may be a little different to many here. The podcasts consist of 4 videos, but I really recommend that everyone see the last half of the last video first, because he demonstrates some of the features of the bench, pointing out some of the not so obvious characteristics that makes his bench work well for him.
It is an excellent demonstration of how different aspects of the bench work for the common woodworking tasks performed by a hand tool woodworker. It highlights the need to build a bench that will fit your needs and not the other way around. I highly recommend that you view this segment if you are considering building a bench.