PERPETUUM CALENDAR / 2017

Inspired by the architecture of the industrial boom, Perpetuum’s shape is a nod to the “sawtooth” roofs of factories built in the 1920s and 30s. The calendar’s 3D printed fabric base emulates the era’s move towards the synthetic, gracefully guiding an antiquated material into the 21st century.

To function properly, this analog calendar requires human interaction; taking our attention away from the screen and into the physical world.

Embrace timelessness with a calendar that never runs out. Base is 3D printed in fabric-like plastic, with 14K gold-plated timepieces. Numbered edition.

Othr is an New York based company that works on 3d print technology. 

 

Alex YONOH

www.yonoh.es

Owner and Designer at Yonoh design studio/ Professor at CEU Product Master