Linea by Jim Hannon-Tan and Pen
Pen’s collaboration with Adelaide-based designer Jim Hannon-Tan has given rise to something they like to call ‘desktop architecture’. The initial inspiration was derived from architect, Oscar Niemeyer’s National Congress building. Linea’s form is like a miniature streetscape when the number of different interchangeable components is brought together. Dishes cantilever, cups stand tall and the tray provides a solid foundation for Linea’s customised configurations and lengths. It’s a hard-working product that accommodates anything from pencils and paperclips to soaps and sponges, making it well suited to living areas, the study, kitchen or bathroom.