For such a fine and light office accessory, it's surprising to realize just how many functions there are behind Fierzo by Julie Richoz. The exquisite minimalist desktop object can effectively fulfill at least three practical purposes.
The Fierzo comprises a long and shallow dish with chamfered corners that's made from a lovely ash wood. It comes in either its natural form or painted with a black finish. Around the tray, a pair of thin steel frames wrap and unite to shape a rounded rectangular structure. It defines an empty space and produces an intriguing sculptural effect.
Pens, pencils and other utensils can be stored in the base of the Fierzo by Julie Richoz. The frame can be used in the place of a bulletin board by sliding bits of paper between the wires. With enough coverage, the piece instantly becomes a desktop partition.
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