An Architect in the Palm of Your Hand: ACME's newest collection of roller ball and card case winners!

Last week we told you about ACME Studio’s newest collection of roller balls and card cases with designs by Charles and Ray Eames and Hariri & Hariri. We asked you which architect and project would you like to see in future collections, and among all the comments by registered users we now have two lucky winners!

Grace Whang will receive Charles and Ray Eames “Dots-Etched” collection, and Tim Grantham won Hariri & Hariri “Site Plan”. Congratulations to you both! We will contact you directly with the details.

Remember you can also become a registered user of ArchDaily to have access to all our special features and so you can participate in future giveaways! More information on ACME Studio’s collection after the break.

An architect in the palm of your hand is something we’ve all wished we had at one time or another. ACME Studio’s world-renowned writing tools designed by the first and foremost architects in the industry are as close as we might come to making that dream a reality! Recognized as the front-runner in the design of pens and other small objects, ACME’s newest collection includes pieces designed especially for them by renowned architect/designers Charles and Ray Eames and Hariri & Hariri.

Charles and Ray Eames’ “Dots – Etched” is an extension of the husband and wife team’s collective design process and philosophy. Ranked among the finest American designers of the twentieth century, the Eames are best known for their ground-breaking contributions to architecture, furniture design, manufacturing and the photographic arts. The Dots – Etched set, which consists of an etched roller ball pen and matching etched card case, has been approved and certified by the Eames Office, which is dedicated to communicating, preserving, and extending the work of Charles and Ray Eames.

Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "An Architect in the Palm of Your Hand: ACME's newest collection of roller ball and card case winners!" 12 Oct 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <>