View time in a whole new way with the Perpetuum Endless Calendar by Studio Yonoh. Combining a concept of time and homage to architecture, this unique calendar is minimal yet informative. Additionally, the solid shape is reminiscent of the sawtooth factory roofs of the 1920s and 30s. Pairing this natural material with a 3D-printed fabric base, it also showcases a modern edge. The combination of materials captures the architectural change over time. In addition, as part of a numbered edition, the Perpetuum Calendar features 14K gold-plated timepieces. These glide effortlessly through the months and days. Moving with human intervention, the pieces are solid yet soft. Finally, the bottom row for the date has 31 slots. With this, the calendar never expires and can be used year after year.