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Gift Guide 2017: For the Architect

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Gift Guide 2017: For the Architect

December 11, 2017

Our annual collection of gifts for the exacting, detail-oriented architect in your life (or anyone who cares about tidiness and order).

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Above: If you’re in NYC, our favorite place for desk supplies/stocking stuffers is McNally Jackson’s Goods for the Study, with two outposts; one on 234 Mulberry St. and the other at 50 West 8th St. 
The Tiny Things Tote Bag from A:LOG features tiny drawings of &#8
Above: The Tiny Things Tote Bag from A:LOG features tiny drawings of “our favorite tiny things from the A:LOG reference guide,” say the founders. It’s $20 directly from Project A:LOG.
The Archispecs Card is &#8
Above: The Archispecs Card is “a wink to the famous architect dress code, a reproduction of the Le Corbusier/Philip Johnson eyeglasses; €6 ($6.48) from Cinqpoints.
What architect isn&#8
Above: What architect isn’t obsessed with chairs? Designed by Pico Pao, the Chairs Game comes with 14 three-inch-tall compressed cardboard chairs; $80 from the MoMA Design Store.
Two tidiness aids from British industrial designer Andrew Hine, both made of American black walnut and wild boar bristle; the ABRloading=
Above: Two tidiness aids from British industrial designer Andrew Hine, both made of American black walnut and wild boar bristle; the ABR1 Architect’s Brush is £43 and the smaller Desk Brush is £30; both from Bureau Hine.
The Archiblocks Factory Construction Game contains  natural wood blocks; $65 from Placewares.
Above: The Archiblocks Factory Construction Game contains 16 natural wood blocks; $65 from Placewares.
Muji&#8
Above: Muji’s New York in a Bag contains eight wooden iconic structures (including the Chrysler Building, the Guggenheim, and the Empire State Building) and six wooden cars and is $25 from the MoMA Store.

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