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Formwork Paper Tray

Designers: Sam Hecht and Kim Colin
With so much emphasis on the digital, it might seem that the Formwork Paper Tray is superfluous, until one considers how much paper still clutters desktops, kitchen counters, and workshops. Acknowledging that paper will always be with us, Hecht and Colin created trays that stand alone, and stack with other trays or Formwork elements. A gently sloped lip makes picking up the pieces easy.

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Meticulous attention to details, thoughtful consideration of context

Formwork stackable desktop storage designed by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin helps you bring order to your papers, tools, and artifacts. With shapes and sizes that were rigorously considered to relate an intuitive sense of utility, the accessories may be stacked and combined in any way you see fit.

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Sam Hecht and Kim Colin

"The true nature of what serves us on a daily basis is far more varied than we might have imagined."

Sam Hecht and Kim Colin
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Balancing meticulous attention to details with a thoughtful consideration of context, Hecht and Colin created Formwork in varying permutations, allowing some items to be kept out of view, while others remain within reach, based on aesthetic considerations or frequency of use. The sophisticated forms, material production, and color palette indicate a level of thoughtfulness rarely brought to desktop goods. Each form is shaped in ABS plastic with a non-slip silicone base.

Formwork Paper Tray

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