Desktructure Modular Organizer Forms Into Boats, Cityscapes

Some people just have a natural inclination for keeping their desks neat and tidy.  If that’s not you, then your work area is probably similar to mine — a  mess of random writing instruments, business cards, office supply crap, various stationery and little desktop toys.  It’s not pretty.  If you’re going to enact some organization into that pile of confusion, might as well make it as fun as these Desktructure Organizers.

Designed by Hector Serrano, these are modular desk organizers that, when put next to each other, form familiar shapes.  One is an industrial warehouse landscape, another is a cityscape and another is a sea-faring ship that’s ready to whisk your office supplies away to the ends of the Earth.  Or something like that.

All three models of the Desktructure are made from fine porcelain with highlights (or maybe rubber reinforcements?) at the bottom.  Each set consist of multiple modular parts that serve as different compartments.  The pieces vary in size and configuration, including standard pen cups, small bowls for paperclips and such, a box for stationery, and other types of small containers you’ll find in most messy workstations.  When arranged together, the Warehouse and the Ship measure in at 13 x 2.6 x 4.3 inches, while the City rulers in slightly bigger at 13 x 2.6 x 6.5 inches.

We’re not sure if the Desktructure Organizers are actually for sale, but we’re pretty certain you can buy a dozen or so small desk organizers from your closest Staples and try to produce something similar.  Maybe not quite as sleek, but use your imagination.