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One Piece Organizer Architect ink blue

74.00 $
Material: Beechwood
Size & weight: H: 4,5 cm
L: 34,9 cm
D: 6,5 cm
Product info:

Beechwood with gradient color matt paint.

About

One Piece Organizer

Design Duo Yuue has come up with a smart and decorative storage solution for the office, crafted from a single piece of material. The One Piece organizer's various slots meticulously store your office tools and turn the job of keeping things neat and tidy into a fun experience.Inspired by how extension sockets bring electrical devices together, the One Piece Organizer unites everything used on the desk, creating beauty through simple order. 

"We designed many different variations of slot shapes before we found the best arrangement. While it was exciting to come up with new features, it was, in equal measure, as difficult a process getting rid of the unnecessary elements and keeping only what was essential. We ended up with three versions, which are each suited for different needs."

'The Classic' is designed for everyday office work, with space for different-sized pens, a ruler, cards, notes, scissors, paperclips, and more. 'The Architect' is for creative souls, with room for bulky marker pens, drawing materials and calculator. Last but not least, 'the Geek' is for those who can’t go without their electronic gadgets; it can hold, among other things, a phone, a tablet and batteries.

Designed by: Yuue

Designer

Yuue

The Berlin-based design studio Yuue was founded by WENG Xinyu and TAO Haiyue in 2015. The two designers are both graduates from the Bauhaus University in Weimar, where they studied product design and public art, respectively. Yuue creates lighting, furniture, home accessories and installations for clients across the world, and the studio has won several awards.

In their designs, Yuue explores human-object relationships with special focus on interactivity and emotion. Making objects is not their goal. Instead, it is to provide a unique perspective on modern life, which is something that drives every decision in their projects.

“Creation for passion is outdated; it’s time to create for the reflective life.”

Yuue