These 3D-Printed Items Keep Your Desk Stylishly Tidy

By: Jen Chae - Published: Jun 22, 2013 • References: &
These 3D-printed items were virtually designed, which explains the products' fluidly creative shape. The Robot Domestici by European brand Mario Alessiani took advantage of the limitless 3D printing platform to create designs that are absolutely liberating. Consisting of curvy and unpredictable lines that are not exactly symmetrical, the two Robot Domestici pieces look simple yet abstract. The vibrant blue color suits the theme of fluidity well.

The skinnier Robot Domestici piece holds snugly pens and pencils, while the wider model can be used to store smartphones or any other stationery like memo pads, rubbers or staplers.

This new collection of desk accessories were inspired by an e-commerce company called PENNY MOBY, who contributed to the production of this line. Stats for Ergonomic Desktop Organizers Trending: Older & Mild
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