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MILO Weekly Planner Notepad - White & Blue

€17,00

Start the week with a plan! Capture plans and meetings – yours, mine, theirs – as you start your week. This Weekly Planner provides the overview that you need – and there is also room for notes. The layout is horizontal culms and the planner contains 60 undated weekly planner sheets. Size: H200 mm...

Start the week with a plan!

Capture plans and meetings – yours, mine, theirs – as you start your week. This Weekly Planner provides the overview that you need – and there is also room for notes.

The layout is horizontal culms and the planner contains 60 undated weekly planner sheets.

Size: H200 mm x L280 mm

NOTEM reflects a straightforward and functional approach to design. 

Rooted in the Scandinavian design tradition of space and light, 
all their products are simple, aesthetic and easy to use.

The NOTEM collection is a result of a comprehensive exploration
of the intrinsic purpose of every single product.

NOTEM is inspired by human nature, by the way we keep track of things,
by our sense of time and our memory. It is our mission to make paper add
new value to your daily habits and your everyday tasks.

NOTEM was established in 2017 in Copenhagen. All products are designed in Denmark
and manufactured in Europe using the best quality Scandinavian paper.

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