T technique is a fountain pen designed for the brand Venvstas®. It is all made in linear or 2 dimension carbon fiber and stainless steel. It has been made for mainly sketching and to be a type of pen that a designer or a creative person would like to have. It is a true minimal design object, where few materials and gestures are blended to really stand out. The T is made of air that is the essence of this object, clear lines, the expression of a material and its time.
The 2 mm is the choice for architects, because it is not as thin as the 0.5 (a technical pencil) or a 4.5 (a sketching pencil that brings not enough definition), the 2 mm for architects is the right spot where the tool allows for an expressive drawing while keeping a decent amount of precision on it. It is also quite poor that the 2 mm mechanical pencil replaces the same size of a traditional wooden pencil. However it is the most uncommon size to find.
Escape from the conventional form of cutter knife, The exquisite touch ‘Exqi’ proposes a new type of stationery. Exqi, which means ‘refined, delicate’ in french ‘exquis’, strive for ultimate elegance. The shape of diagonal cutting is applied as a whole consistently. It was visualized from the elaborated action of cutting something. Also, users can select according to the materials and purposes they want to cut. Colors and shapes can also be customized depending on user's taste or hand size. This can be seen as a project that has met both functionality and visual quality.
Unlike a regular pencil, where the design focuses on a ‘three-spot’ finger handling, and results in a big amount of opposing forces on a specific spot on the pencil, Artemis offers a handling which creates a ‘three-space’ concept for the fingers involved in keeping it. Instead of the holder keeping the pencil, the pencil itself is accommodating your fingers on it, without applying any pressure that eventually could influence the arm’s muscular tension.
Cork can be completely recycled and reused, the cork after recycled won’t be produce to make cork again. However, it can be used to make floors, wall panels and thermal insulation materials. Yes! Cork is a 100% natural product that is degradable and wouldn’t pollute the environment even if discarded. It’s one of the most used materials in the world, In numerous artificial or pure natural products, the industrial chains that cork covered, is the largest in all materials.
"Tsutsumu" was brought to life based on the Japanese custom of wrapping items carefully, such as "furoshiki (a piece of cloth used to wrap objects)" and "noshibukuro (a envelope used for gifts of money)". It is made by folding a piece of high-quality leather - beautifully, like origami - without using a piece of fastening material.Tsutsumu is designed to gently wrap users' important business cards. It is a palm-size masterpiece that looks stylish in business situations while also expressing users' elegance.