Perpetual Calendar Oak and Maple Wood
The Bavarian manufacturer produces according to our specifications a range of desk utensils, which convince by the materiality - solid, oiled oak and maple wood - and their simple design.
Set the Date.
Twelve recesses stand for the months; you mark the current one with a steel ball. The scale below shows the maximum 31 days of a month; you slide a stainless steel arrow in a continuous groove along the scale until it points out the current day. Now you read off the date at a glance. The calendar’s material combination and width correspond to those of the pen tray and the rectangular utensil tray of the same series.
Full-cabinet makers and empty-cabinet makers
In desk matters, the working world is divided into "full-cabinet makers" and "empty-cabinet makers". The one likes a work surface overgrown with thousands of things, the other a place of action of almost Japanese-like emptiness. If you ask the experts, the "empty-desk person" has a clear advantage: they say that for the sake of concentration and order of thoughts, as little as possible should be stored, but that it should be well sorted and quickly accessible. And in order that this rather simple wisdom can also be applied with scientific dignity, it is chased through the village or through the office rooms as a "Clean Desk Policy". The claimed "new clarity" is, however, quite the old one - the well-known designer's saying of "less" being "more" is and was, after all, also valid in the working environment.
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