Paper-Covered Desk Encourages Workers To Jot Down Their Ideas

Created by designer Kirsten Camara, the Analog Memory Desk has two circular handles and a surface for writing notes onto a reel of paper.

Minneapolis-based designer Kirsten Camara created a wooden desk for people to record their lists, notes and doodles. The Analog Memory Desk has two circular handles and a surface that lets the user jot down their thoughts onto a reel of paper.

Wooden Desk Encourages Writers To Jot Down Their Ideas

It enables them to be creative, take note of every moment, and also rediscover the beauty of writing on paper (and not on a computer). Camara writes:

I’ve come to realize that I’m somewhat obsessed with how we remember the past. This is the latest installment in that series and a more serious attempt at furniture making. There are a hundreds of little things that we don’t try to remember every year or even every week. Does the sum of all these tiny parts produce a new narrative on our lives?

The desk is made out of hard maple, 1,100 yards of butcher paper and a glass panel.

Wooden Desk Encourages Writers To Jot Down Their Ideas

Kirsten Camara

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