If you know anything about good design, chances are you’ve heard of Acme before.
This bustling, award-winning studio of architects, designers, artists and musicians lives to craft personal accessories for fellow creative types – the sort of people who don’t just seek excellent functionality in pens, watches and more, but a unique approach to aesthetics, too.
As one of the founding names behind what we now call modern architecture, Le Corbusier (born Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris in 1887 in Switzerland) has most certainly been immortalised by his fellow artists, designers and admirers at Acme Studios. Based on Le Corbusier’s “Le Modulor”, a theory formulated in 1942 to simplify architecture on a human scale, this rollerball pen features a black body with silver imagery and the signature of Le Corbusier himself.
Le Modulor Figure Rollerball Pen features:
- Based on designs by Le Corbusier.
- All metal barrel with black finish and silver imagery.
- Supplied with black rollerball ink.
- Capped design, with artist's signature on cap ring.
- Presented in an Acme Studios tin.