The Analog Memory Desk
Kirsten Camara Wednesday 18 Mar 2015

The Analog Memory Desk by Kirsten Camara is designed to record all the insignificant notes, phone numbers, doodles and sketches you make during the course of a year.

When asked about the inspiration behind the design Kirsten Camara said “I am a little obsessed with how and why we remember certain things and forget others. I was interested in discovering if all these other
insignificant memories would add another narrative to our life story.”

“I am just a student in furniture design but hope to create pieces which are conversation-starters and build a story around your home and life.”

The desk is made with 1,100 yards of paper, maple wood and glass. These 1,100 yards of paper will record the lists, the phones numbers you called once, the pixel size of that box on that website, the street name of that business, and the long division you try to remember.