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September 2019

#274
September 2019

Interior High Notes: Residential wonders in Atlanta, Whistler, Milan and more in Azure's September 2019 issue!

These desk accessory sets dress up your workspace, while working to help keep you organized.

1 Kesito desk organizer, by Daniel Garcia and Maria Vargas
Made up of three diamond shaped components, this wooden arrangement keeps small items like pencils, smartphones, business cards and paper clips in order. The pieces fit together into a variety of configurations, including a hexagon.

2 Shukatulka by Lesha Galkin
The Russian designer was inspired by caskets with special secret compartments that were popular during ancient times in her home country. She showed this project as part of “Izba,” a group exhibition in Milan this past spring. The wood and marble modules can accommodate a range of contents.

3 Walnut desk set, by Grovemade
These handcrafted offerings help create a more ergonomic set up, ranging from a monitor stand, wrist rest and keyboard tray with built-in storage. Also incorporating a wood and leather mousepad and smartphone holder, this complete collection comes in a maple version as well.

4 Inception by Seletti
After conceiving Inception as a dishrack, Italian designer Luca Nichetto quickly saw the potential for this silicone mini cityscape, inspired by a scale model of Manhattan, to be used as a desk organizer. Available from Seletti in pink, blue and grey.

5 Arne Jacobsen ABC series, by Design Letters & Friends
Using vintage typography designed by Arne Jacobsen, this line includes pencils, notebooks, cups and storage, as well as a variety of non-office related items.

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