Gifts Today magazine

Leuchtturm streamline Semikolon

Semikolon are creating a series of stationery products with a minimalist design in modern colours. The design and colour scheme should offer the possibility of mixing and matching photo albums, notebooks and cardboard boxes with one another to endlessly extend your collection.

Semikolon and its principle are now more than 25 years old. The colours and products have changed and evolved over the course of time, but many Semikolon products are still made the same as they always have been. This clearly illustrates the brand’s timeless approach to design which is not subject to fleeting fashion trends. Semikolon has now become a modern classic

Semikolon is linked with Günther Dezlhofer, the man who developed the first collection of plain notebooks and boxes with plain bookbinder’s linen covers in his workshop at Lake Starnberg in 1988, after many years of experience in selling stationery products – thus Semikolon was born.

After several years in the hands of a foreign investor, Leuchtturm bought Semikolon in 2014. The medium-sized family-run company with headquarters in Geesthacht, near Hamburg, will shortly be celebrating its centenary.

Leuchtturm has its origins in the production of bookbindery products and has been a constant in the stationery industry for many years with its Leuchtturm1917 notebook brand

Leuchtturm have stand 4C21 at Spring Fair. There is no separate Semikolon stand at this show.


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