Today I propose a break from digital and automation, from a world that is increasingly virtual and unreal. A breath of fresh air, to savor the simplicity of the gestures made by hand, of the materials and the concrete objects, showing you ANALOG MEMORY, the desk created by the American designer based in Minneapolis, Kirsten Camara
. As the name suggests, is a solution that through a common piece of furniture tries to rediscover the beauty of analog, writing on paper, the immediacy of a note, a scribble, or the classic “smart idea”. A structure with an essential design made of maple wood. A desk that features two circular handles that allow you to roll and wrap a large reel of paper of about one thousand meters, on which one can give vent to creativity and take note of every moment, every more or less important detail, and once finished, keep it as a valuable parchment, and then relive it in the future, remembering the moments and events of life through the feelings that only a pencil or a pen on paper can give.