"I wanted to create an aesthetic, tactile set of objects that work as well in the office as the home," Wilkinson told Dezeen. "Each object has its own individuality but still looks coherent in a group."
Made from a thick injection-moulded plastic in a matte finish, all the pieces feature vertical creases down the curvaceous forms that create multi-faceted shapes based on rock formations. Each design is comes in its own bright colour and the entire range is also available in slate grey.
"We were searching for an distinct surface treatment that could elevate the series and tie all of the objects together," Wilkinson explained. "Through our research we came across inspiring images of rock strata, such as the The Wave, on the slopes of the Coyote Buttes in Arizona."
The twelve-sided alarm clock has raised markings on the face to indicate the hours, with white hands for telling the time contrasted by a green alarm hand.
Controls and battery are stored inside the rear case, which is held to the face with magnets and cut at the end so it sits the correct way up on the desk.
A refillable ball-point pen that comes in ink blue is shaped to flow into its weighted stand.
The scissor handles are designed to be comfortable for both left and right-handed users. A tall stand completely covers the blades when stored away.
Coloured bright yellow, the stapler is moulded to hide the hinge at the back and can rest either horizontally or vertically.
Tape loads into the top of the green dispenser, which appears to squeeze around the wheel from the wide weighted base.
There's also a ten-sided pen holder that includes a soft inner base to muffle the noise created when writing implements are dropped in. Photography is by Sylvain Deleu.