Click It and Stick It!

Click It and Stick It!

Unlike its flimsy plastic counterparts, ClickTape is a super-minimalistic approach to the tape dispenser that you won’t mind displaying on your desk! The design consists of just a single flexible ring and one stainless steel blade. “Click” on your tape roll and grip the ergonomic ring to start using. When you’re finished, simply pop the empty roll out and replace! See how it works —>

0 Designer: Derk Reilink

A Poised Pen of Proportion

A Poised Pen of Proportion

The CB + P is a unique pen machined from aluminum that uses a simple yet effective precision brass sliding counterbalance for an original and innovative way to balance your pen. You dictate the pen’s balance! No more “one-size-fits-all” weighted pens… now your pen can be as unique as your creations. Video after the jump!

0 Designer: Bobby Davis

50,000 Years Young

50,000 Years Young

At around 50,000 years old, ancient Kauri is the oldest wood in the world. Here it meets FiDU, currently the most innovative technology of flexible steel forming. Whether you’re into reclaimed rustic furniture or minimalistic modern, there’s no denying the appeal of this historical yet futuristic piece.

0 Designer: Holzano

A Pen with Perception

A Pen with Perception

This clever gadget’s function is almost unrecognizable… and that’s precisely its appeal. It’s a pen, but you won’t find any push-buttons or even hear a click! It features a touch sensitive surface that automatically triggers the nib to extend when you’re holding it. Set it down and it will retract to keep the nib fresh and out of harms way. Sleek and chic, it’s the finishing touch to any ultramodern office!

0 Designer: Wenhaowang

Be tangle-free until we're cable-free!

Be tangle-free until we’re cable-free!

Until we go completely wireless, earphone cords and mobile phone charging cables are must haves… which means tangles and knots aren’t going anywhere soon either. The Pop-up Cord Wrap aims to resolve the problem of cable management so they stay organized and tangle-free for easy access. The design contains 3 compartments for different sized cables. Made entirely of rubber, it pops up so cables can be coiled and pushes back to store them neatly. Whichever layer you need, just pop it out!

0 Designers: Various

A Desk Jobs' Would Approve Of

A Desk Jobs’ Would Approve Of

From the maker of the Slate Mobile AirDesk (we’re obsessed with it) comes a big brother version called the SlatePro. It fits any size computer or laptop and has multiple display docks for all your phone or tablet devices too! The air vents provide constant cooling for your laptop and other tech products. Plus, it has a heavy duty mousepad that sits flush against the surface. There’s even a recessed cup holder to avoid any water damage to your devices!

0 Designer: Nathan Mummert

Snaptastic!

Snaptastic!

Can you see what’s missing from this modern clothespin? No metal spring! It’s called the Snapper and its genius lies in the POM nylon-related material and its unique die cast assembly method. Unlike primitive clothespins with two pins and a metal spring, the Snapper’s tensile rebound structure is created during the moulding process. This means manufacturing is completely automated with no need for human assembly!

0 Designer: Per Skovholt & Claus Molgaard

Precision Machined Minimalism

Precision Machined Minimalism

The Tech Force Pen is a solid housing for the HI-Tec C Ink Cartridge. Extremely popular among architects, artists, students, and designers, the cartridge is noteworthy for its C Ink composition, tip design, and fine line capability. The Tech Force Pen comes with a sleeve etched with metric and imperial ruler indications. The pen glides into the ruler sleeve where it is held in place by pneumatic pressure. When pulled from the ruler sleeve the escaping air makes a characteristic “pop” sound! Vid after the jump!

0 Designer: Josh Wilson

Nomadic Shelving

Nomadic Shelving

The Tipi shelving system is a project that contemplates the borders between transience and permanence. One can easily transfer, assemble, change, disassemble and rebuild it in a matter of minutes. Its simple and effective construction makes it easy to pack and easy to carry, ensuring Tipi has a long lifecycle with you no matter where you go.

0 Designer: JOYNOUT

OSB-eautiful Desk

OSB-eautiful Desk

The Viva Desk merges computerized manufacturing with artisanry to make the most of its eco-friendly materials. Composed primarily of OSB (most commonly used for industrial packaging) the material is transformed and reused to decrease each objects environmental footprint while providing a unique and distinct look. For a crafted touch, a hand-knitted suede string intertwines the upper and lower centerpieces acting not only as a decorative element but to create a segmented shelf for books & other items.

0 Designer: SHIFT

The Middle Staple

The Middle Staple

There are several reasons why I want to introduce the Center Stapler, but the primary one is for the fact that it can staple the middle section of a book. This one of the most hard-to-get places while re-binding a book and I know the pain, cause in high school I’d have to use scotch tape to do a shoddy job of holding the pages together! Anyhow, if the next-gen is this lucky, then someone will surely take this concept forward and make it see the light of day!

0 Designer: Daehyun Kwon

Professional Storage Doesn't Have to be Impersonal

Professional Storage Doesn’t Have to be Impersonal

The Mia Ped is a container that goes beyond the traditional concept of office drawer systems, combining multiple functions in a single object! It’s truly a personal container, totally configurable by the user. What’s more is that it doubles as a stool for quick meetings at your desk. Take a peek inside —>

0 Designer: Dieffebi

Angles Made Easy

Angles Made Easy

ZigZag is a seemingly regular ruler with a twist! When we’re trying to draw a triangle, we usually use a triangle ruler, however, it usually offers a fixed degree. This concept combines the triangle, protractor, and traditional ruler to achieve a variety of commonly used degrees. Simply place one end of the ruler into the predefined slots on the other side to get the angle you need!

0 Designer: Snežana Jeremić

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