We’ve been anticipating this post ever since we started working on the office. Over the years for some reason I’ve been collecting modernist office accessories for the day where I could have my own minimalist Dieter Rams style office.
Braun ET55 calculator, designed by Dietrich Lubs & Dieter Rams.
Plus Minus Zero calculator & Lamy ballpoint pens, designed by Naoto Fukasawa.
Braun desk fan, designed by Reinold Weiss (1961).
I have to give a bit of a shout out to Lawrence from Atomic on this one. He has one on his desk and every time I visit I coveted it, until I recently found one with N. American voltage on ebay.
I just received “White” by Japanese designer Kenya Hara.
It’s a quick read, but maybe I’ll get to use the Angular bookmark designed by Folmer Christensen.
Now available at the Mjolk Shop. Let me introduce you to the rest of the line:
Ruler, designed by Folmer Christensen.
Paper knife, designed by Folmer Christensen. Winner of the Form 91 award (Frankfurt).
26/6 Stapler, designed by Henning Andreasen. Awarded the Danish Design Council’s ID prize and included in the Industrial Design Collection at the Museum of Modern Art.
The only stapler you will ever need.
Pen tray with calender, designed by Folmer Christensen.
A couple of new additions to the office (paper tray and coffee maker to complete the collection).
Super fluffy Isha.