The month of January is the month of choosing which good intentions are good (or maybe realistic) enough to last for the rest of the year, right? Well, after finishing reading Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tiding and Spark Joy, and binge-watching her series on Netflix, I guess it is time to organize my table, my workspace, my house, my life, etc. I might be exaggerating a bit, but I do think that well-designed objects make me happy, more conscious and therefore more careful about the stuff that surrounds me. Time for some happy 3D printed products, helping me organize.
OTHR is not an unknown brand to me. We have featured other products many times before. This office set by Brad Ascalon would work perfectly for me; well designed and 3D printed. It will make a good match with other ceramic objects I have collected over the years.
The 3D printed components, designed by Takt Project, that seamlessly fit with ready-made items from the Japanese brand Muji are also perfect to tidy my desk. I really like to combination of the translucent material and the bright yellow color, very happy!
These super handy office tools (sticky note dispenser, tape dispenser, magnetic paper clip holder, business card holder, a hook, big paper clip, and postcard clip) are designed by Studio 7.5 and perfectly fit the Herman Miller Metaform Portfolio Components (also up top).
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