Blank Atoma A5 Notebook
Article Number 20833
Manufactum‘s ATOMA. A notebook and organizing system in parts and as a kit.
The Paper. Real writing paper.
An academic classic in the USA, developed in 1950 by Walter Pauk at Cornell University for structured note taking: on the left an organizing column (daily agenda, structure), on the right a wide content column and underneath a summary and to-do area. Experience shows that it is very useful to organize notes like this.
From stick figures to 3-D.
3-D drawing paper.
If you scribble it on our paper (parallel projection) you can fill out the stick figure with a little practice. But it’s not just for whiling away the time during a boring telephone conversation. It’s a lightning rod for that flash of inspiration for designers or builders. Even those of us with no knack for perspective can quickly master the third dimension with this drawing aid.
This is how you put together your notebook:
– the rings (Ø 17 or 24 mm) – eleven for an A4- and eight for an A5 notebook; – a 0.8 mm thick Texon cover we provide in A4 and A5 and extra wide for the A4 and A5 tabs; – specially perforated inserts (90 g/ m²) in A4 and A5; and – inscribable tabs with a 6-fold index extra wide for A4 and A5. Assembly is easy: first you insert the rings in the rear cover, then slip the inserts (approx. 8 sheets each) on the rings (about 8 sheets per insert) and then the front cover. We also offer all blank varieties as ready-made notebooks.
Some notes on material. Texon.
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