The design for the Perpetual Calendar No.1 is the result of independent exploration in the Caste studio. Inspired equally by Dieter Rams, Enzo Mari, and Massimo Vignelli, it is a low-fi, hand-assembled response to the increasingly high-tech auto-produced objects that currently fill the market. Comprised almost entirely of CNC laser-cut Baltic Birch wood parts, each calendar is assembled and finished by hand. The date on the calendar is changed by way of a small wheel, mounted on the top of each info-column. The date-change mechanism was deliberately kept as a manual operation, so as to engage the user in active recognition of the passing of time.
Perpetual Calendar By Caste
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Discovered on Nov 14, 2012, 7:00 am EST
Discovered by Mark Myerson