Object of desire: Rok Concrete Paperweights

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Rok Concrete Paperweights designed by Désinere.

Rok Concrete Paperweights designed by Désinere. Image: Supplied

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These weighty objects fit neatly into the palm of one's hand.

These weighty objects fit neatly into the palm of one’s hand. Image: Supplied

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Available from online from Industry+, priced from $45.

Available from online from Industry+, priced from $45. Image: Supplied

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Désinere has taken the rough industrial texture it into a series of paperweights.

Désinere has taken the rough industrial texture it into a series of paperweights. Image: Supplied

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Singapore’s Désinere has taken the rough industrial texture of raw concrete and turned it into a series of paperweights (Rok Concrete Paperweights) that fit neatly into the palm of one’s hand. These weighty objects have a faint autumnal form, a vintage soul and are deliciously tactile. Priced from $45.


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