Designer Desks: Analog Memory Desk

Posted on Mar 21, 2015

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Analog memory desk by designer Kirsten Camara

Kirsten Camara has been working as a graphic designer, but she has realized some furniture designs under their projects. One we found particularly fascinating and would like to introduce specially this.

The American designer has designed a desk, analog is called memory desk. What makes him so unique, is the idea that lies behind it. This designer has approx. 1000 m desktop paper that is covered thanks to a simple mechanism on the table top. So, you have a huge wish list available. And when the sheet in front of you is already full, then can further roll the paper simply by hand. So you can write down your spontaneously fallen ideas, tasks or appointments on a blank sheet of paper and best of all, you would never lose this sheet. All notes kept safely. Is this not a practical work desk? Especially for creative or chaotic people, we find the idea very fitting.

Keep designer desks, the memories

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What is the designer built desk?

designer desks analog memory desk wood components

How is the paper rolled – this is a simple mechanism, which is moved by hand

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designer desks analog memory desk paper detail

Analog memory Desk – design

designer desks analog memory desk sketch

In fact you are not analog memory designers see tables on the market. These are not available for purchase, but the draft was published with the Creative Commonslicense. So everyone can make analog memory desk build one or build.

You can see other interesting furniture or graphic designs by Kirsten Camara is on your website . Let yourself be inspired and be open for new and creative ideas.

Wood furniture with simple design and plenty of charm

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