Design Shanghai 2016 – Berlin-based design duo Yuue presented One Piece, a set of desk organisers conceived to meet the character and routines of contemporary professionals, and Balancer, a minimalist floor lamp that allows to direct light thanks to an intuitive sliding handle.
One Piece is a minimalistic desk organiser cut in one single piece of material. The various cutting shapes provide the optimal arrangement for stationaries turning what generally gets messy into a colourful order.
Te design comes in three versions and multiple shaded colours to meet the taste and needs of different type of professionals. Geek was conceived for people can’t leave electronic devices and features. It comes in yellow and green with special slots for a phone, a tablet, memory media and batteries.
Architect is the white and blue organizer for creatives that can hosts large-sized markers, drawing tools and a calculator. The Classic version of ONE PIECE comes in pink or purple and meets the need of secretarial routines. It features slots for pens of various sizes, ruler, cards, notes, scissors and clippers.
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Balancer is a minimalistic floor lamp that makes use of a simple and elegant mechanism for adjusting light direction. By turning the big knob, the user can slide the bending lever up and down to find the best light direction for optimal comfort.
The mechanism is visible to the eye, so that the user knows instantly how the product works. The design features a white or black marble base with a stem and a rod, both in steel. The lampshade and the bulb create one luminous sphere.
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Photos: courtesy of Yuue.