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Too cool for school

Hay, Normann Copenhagen, Octaevo, Midori, Muji, Vitra, Ferm Living

By Silvia Micolau 18.01.18

In the twenty-first century, there is a renewed interest in disciplines as old as lettering -the handwriting of amanuensis-, and by objects and desk consumables, which now well-known brands of furniture and design complements include in their catalogs.

  • eraser marble Hay

    Erasers with marbling effect, from Hay. Available at Doméstico Shop Market.

  • pencil sharpener Normann Copenhaguen

    Anodized aluminum pencil sharpener from the Daily Fiction collection by Normann Copenhagen. Available in gold, silver and blue ink. On sale at Codeco.

  • Octaevo metal clips

    Metal clips from the Retiro series by Octaevo. In the shape of a slice of watermelon, a bird and a monstera leaf, they can also be worn, for example, on the neck of the shirt or the ribbon of the hat. On sale at Nuovum.

  • Midori notebooks
  • Midori notebooks

    Midori notebooks of different sizes, with white pages, striped or gridded. On sale at Entropía.

  • Muji stapler

    Stapler without staples, from Muji.

  • Toolbox Vitra

    Toolbox by Arik Levy for Vitra. ABS plastic organizer available in 5 colors. On sale at Doméstico Shop Market.

  • S-Tidy Vitra

    S-Tidy by Michel Charlot for Vitra. ABS plastic organizer available in 6 colors. On sale at Doméstico Shop Market.

  • Little Archittect Ferm Living

    Children's ash wood writing desk from the Little Architect collection by Ferm Living. Available in 5 colors. On sale at Nordicthink.