The Notebook: Surplus leather - Black - A5
Keeper of ideas, dreams, scribbles, and mind-clutter, the leather Notebook is created with changeable paper inside. The cover is handcrafted from surplus leather and meant to last forever.
This Notebook pays homage to August Sandgren’s heritage of book binding. It can hold all your ideas, scribbles, and mind-clutter. Meant to last forever, this leather Notebook is created with changeable paper inside. It comes with the first paper notebook inside.
Our first venture away from boxes, the Notebooks were first made from left-over leathers that we had in stock, and we created it to use our left-overs and because we needed a beautiful storage object for our best ideas. Today, we continue making The Notebook in surplus leather from our own and other’s production.
This Notebook is black and made from exquisite surplus aniline leather from Sorensen Leather. It also comes in other neutral colours like grey and cognac. The nuances may vary from the images, depending on the surplus materials available, it can be a bit lighter or darker. That’s one of the many charms of surplus materials.
The inside paper notebook can be replaced with most A5 paper notebooks.
Dimensions: One size (fits most A5 paper notebook)
Material: 100% aniline leather
Production location: Handmade in Portugal
Logo placement: Discretely blind debossed on the back cover
Personalisation: Possible to deboss initials, name, monogram or logo on the inside of the back cover
"August Sandgren makes mess pretty"
Ditte Isager, Photographer
"Boxes like these can last a lifetime"
Michael Pram Rasmussen, Senior Executive
"The precision of the craftsmanship, the proportions and the wonderful tactility of the leather is a daily joy"
Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen, Architect
"It really works! My keys, receipts, cards, etc., now have a home, and I always know where to find my things in the morning"
Dago Diedrich, Senior Partner McKinsey & Company
"We love the quality, love the simple design, love that it is designed to last forever - no one else is really doing this"
Juliana Parker, Interior Designer
"An elegant and conscious way to hide otherwise distracting clutter. Unique storage solution that is a beautiful object in itself"
Olga Krukovskaya, Interior Designer