The LAMY 2000 also set new standards in terms of workmanship, as the material combination of matt-ground stainless steel and Makrolon (polycarbonate) is very challenging to work with and completely new in the mid-sixties. Creating the timeless design in this material was a real challenge: its production requires a combination of demanding mechanical and manual production and machining processes. All in all a complex process which results in a masterpiece.
Over 50 years later, the LAMY 2000 continues to be as desirable today as when it was first launched, making it one of the flagship pens that continues to define LAMY's identity to this day, and a continuing favorite of celebrities and enthusiasts alike.
The LAMY 2000 has been recognized as a work of modern art in itself and has been featured and prominently displayed in New York's Museum of Modern Art.