January 30, 2017
Design Innovation

Studio Yonoh designed an analog perpetual calendar that, to function properly, it requires human interaction, taking our attention away from the screen and bringing it into the physical world. Inspired by the architecture of the industrial boom, Perpetuum’s shape is a nod to the shed roofs of factories built in the 1920s and 30s. The calendar comes in 3D printed in metallic plastic or 3D printed jet black nylon, with 3D printed 14K gold-plated timepieces. Studio Yonoh is a Spanish design firm founded by Clara del Portillo and Alex Selma in 2006.

Perpetual calendar
Design: Studio Yonoh
Distribution: Othr
Year: 2017
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