Born in 1966, the LAMY 2000 family is the first in a long line of award winners!
The LAMY 2000 represents the characteristic Lamy design more than any other writing instrument. Created by designer Gerd A. Müller, this classic among fountain pens has provided the basis for Lamy’s Bauhaus philosophy.
In 1966 and the LAMY 2000 revolutionized the market of writing instruments, laying the foundation for the company’s present philosophy. Lamy design products stand for distinctive forms which focus implicitly on the role of functionality – first and foremost the LAMY 2000.
This writing instrument from Lamy is made of fibreglass polycarbonate and brushed stainless steel. Even today, the harmonious combination of these different materials represents the distinctive feature of this series of writing instruments. The streamlined body is perfectly weighted and balanced, providing an extraordinary writing experience. The heavy, spring-loaded stainless steel clip rounds off the characteristic appearance of the LAMY 2000.
Dr. Manfred Lamy worked with visionary partner Gerd A. Müller to design and develop the LAMY 2000 family. The result is unique and spectacular and Its distinctive form has won multiple awards and is already being recognised and displayed by the Museum of Modern Arts.
The LAMY 2000 mechanical pencil features: