Le Corbusier, revered for his beautiful and uncompromisingly modern buildings, also invented the Modulor measuring system based on the proportions of the human body. This 4cm wide flexible measure is a facsimile of Le Corbusier's own, which he carried with him in a metal film canister. The red and blue Modulor system is printed on one side, with imperial and metric markings on the reverse. Presented in a metal tin with lid, this is an ideal gift for any architect or designer, or for fans of modernism, mathematics or measurement.
The six pencils in this set all feature really un-motivational messages such as 'False hope is better than no hope'. All rather entertaining if not not very productive... 6 HB pencils in a themed box.Pack measures 19 x 6 x 1.5 cm.
Cut your cheese to perfection using this chopping board. The bamboo board has precise degree portions engraved on, as well as defined sizes for 'chunk', 'sliver', 'slice', 'hunk' and 'slab' for those who really like to know exactly what they're doing. Made from bamboo.Measurements: 17.5cm...
This wonderful diagram of colours and refraction from a late 19th Century teaching aid is perfectly printed on Cavallini's signature Italian archival paper. This gorgeous gift wrap is good enough to be hung on the wall, or used in a variety of crafts. To transform...
Make good use of your time by reading the messages on this set of six printed pencils. "You can't possibly work in an untidy room" "You probably need another coffee" "A to-do list, you need a to-do list" and other gems of creative advice. Six...