Ludwig Rensch has created a portable, paper-saving version of the ubiquitous product

As a piece of technology, the desktop printer has always had a somewhat clunky existence in a home or office. Whilst newer, more compact and portable versions have been on the market for some years—the design and aesthetic of these printers has not received a good makeover for some time.

Enter Ludwig Rensch's Paper, a complete redesign of the common printer and scanner combo. Developed as a part of his diploma thesis, Rensch decided to question the appearance of modern printers and how they effectively turn any room into an office.

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