Habitus Loves… Desktop Organisers

Chaos in the workspace? Organise in style

15 Mar 2012

Simone/Proust/Italo

Designed by: Oscar MascheraWhy we love it:The catalogue says: “Warmth and functionality, naturalness and purity of lines”. We agree.Where you can get it:Oscar Maschera

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Deskset

Designed by: DeskologyWhy we love it:Let’s face it, macs are chic. The Deskset desk organiser range is designed to complement your Apple gadgets, extending that clean, minimalist aesthetic to the rest of your workspace.Where you can get it: Deskology

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Postino

Designed by: Alexis GeorgacopoulosWhy we love it:Inspired by folded envelope edges, this alumium range is elegant and precise, exactly what you need to organise your desk and mind.Where you can get it: A + R

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Desktop Organizer C

Designed by:Jon CantinWhy we love it: Light, simple and symmetrical, this plywood organiser is versatile enough for all your office bric-a-brac.Where you can get it: Ponoko

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i/o Desk Organizer

Designed by: KaijustudiosWhy we love it: Composed of textured, natural materials, this modular ‘working desktop’ let’s you reconfigure the layout to suit your needs.Where you can get it: Kaijustudios

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Awa

Designed by: NosignerWhy we love it:A more adventurous modular design makes the Awa part puzzle, part organiser. The assortment of pieces assemble into triangles, rhombi and squares and are held in place by magnets.Where you can get it: Nosigner


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Storage Toolbox

Designed by: VitraWhy we love it: Reminding you of happier times building sand-castles, this practical, playful toolbox  lets you relocate in a hurry too.Where you can get it: Connox

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Babel

Designed by: SiebensachenWhy we love it: The clever slots let you spread out your paper towers, putting an end to that maddening rifling. And it looks great.Where you can get it: Siebensachen

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