The Skyline Memo Board is Designed by Sung Wook Park for Umbra

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: Feb 26, 2013 • References: & thegadgetflow
Memo boards are usually quite dull with a very finite number of design aesthetics existing in the market, but artist Sung Wook Park has created a sophisticated version of the utilitarian office adornment that looks like a skyline at night. Featuring a black and white color scheme that can either look like a standard skyline at night or during the day (only inverted), the board is a perfect blending of style and function.

Most memo boards feature separate areas for keys, notes and paper documents, but this skyline design makes the entire surface usable by making the whole thing a dry erase board and magnetically attractive. This way, everything can blend together to create a more cohesive piece of office decor.

A favorite feature about the skyline message board as designed by Park isn't just the features, but also the look because it appears to be a piece of art when not in use, which would make it a chic addition to any space. Stats for Superb Skyline Message Boards Trending: Older & Chilly
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