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Formwork Pencil Cup

Formwork Pencil Cup

As their book The Usefulness of Small Things attests, Sam Hecht and Kim Colin take great pleasure in everyday items, and few items are more everyday than the lowly pencil. In providing a place for these analog writing instruments, the designers thoughtfully included a ledge for smaller items too, some certainly digital, such as a memory stick.

Formwork Box, Large and Small

Formwork Box, Large and Small

To account for the bulkier items that inevitably occupy surfaces at home and in the office, Sam Hecht and Kim Colin created boxes with removable lids. Each lid has a hole that accepts a removable cup. Or, the cup can be set in an indentation inside the box and under the hole for access to the cup’s contents without having to remove the lid.

Formwork Tissue Box

Formwork Tissue Box

Sam Hecht and Kim Colin’s pragmatic design for a Tissue Box ensures that Formwork meets all the requirements of the modern desk, which in their estimation is “an amalgamation of not just the office, but also the kitchen, the workshop, and the bathroom.”

Magazine Holder

Magazine Holder

Organize your desk with this freestanding magazine holder. It neatly stores papers, binders, folders, or magazines quickly and easily, so they’re within easy reach—another way to help you be more efficient.

Hanging File Holder

Hanging File Holder

Readily access your files without having to disrupt your work with this freestanding holder. It allows you to access the files you use most frequently at your desk while keeping everything neat and tidy. The hanging file holder allows you to store letter-sized hanging file folders quickly and easily.

Marker/Eraser Holder

Marker/Eraser Holder

Store whiteboard accessories in this marker/eraser holder. It holds four erasable markers and an eraser—which are included. The holder attaches to most surfaces, allowing people to quickly access them where they’re needed most.

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