Named for its resemblance to the Greek letter Sigma ∑ and machined from solid brass, the Sigma Touch Tool is a timely instrument for interacting with high-touch surfaces. The fluid brass form is an alluring merger of utility and style—an added layer of protection and a striking artifact of a strange time. It features an eyelet for attaching to a keyring, a hooked surface for pulling doors, and a subtle protrusion for use as a stylus and button-pusher. This simple tactile instrument comes in handy to help mitigate the inadvertent spreading of germs after pressing a button or opening a door. When paired with other healthy practices, it has the potential to make a small but meaningful difference as we all work to navigate the physical world with greater awareness. Machined brass 2.75” x 1.25” x 0.25” 1oz
A Brooklyn based design studio, Craighill often uses large scale industrial design and manufacturing silhouettes to make finely nuanced objects for the home and person. Within the earnestness of solid, bold materials there’s a playful curiosity about shape and usefulness. At Craighill, they know that life at a desk requires occasional diversion and haptic joy.