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Office Accessoires Stidy, White
Office Accessoires Stidy, White
Office Accessoires Stidy, White
Office Accessoires Stidy, White
Office Accessoires Stidy, White
Office Accessoires Stidy, White

Vitra

Office Accessoires Stidy, White

HK$320.00

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The serpentine shape of the S-Tidy organiser by Michel Charlot prevents it from tipping over, enabling safe storage of even taller objects such as tablets. S-Tidy is made of robust plastic and comes in a choice of colours.

Office accessories designed by Michel Charlot introduce unusual organic-shaped designs to the usually austere office environment. Inspired by cartoons and sculptures, the different containers add a cheerful touch that will brighten up any setting.

S-Tidy is a practical, serpentine organiser made of robust plastic. Designed to offer excellent stability, it can also be used for storing taller objects such as tablets. S-Tidy is available in a choice of colours.

After completing a degree in industrial design at the Ecole Cantonale d'Art de Lausanne (ECAL), Swiss designer Michel Charlot worked for Jasper Morrison Ltd in Paris, London and Tokyo. In 2011 he set up his own studio in Basel and started developing products for companies such as NAVA Design, Eternit, Camper and Belux. He has worked with Vitra since 2013.

Charlot's aim is to achieve an efficient unity of conception, design and production. He has won several prizes and exhibited his work at numerous venues in Luxembourg, Switzerland and the United States. Since 2016, he has taught industrial design at ECAL and Tama Art University in Tokyo.