Perpetual Calendar | MoMA

Electric motors were the inspiration for the Spindle Perpetual Calendar designed by Paul Koh.

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Sold by Centre Pompidou (Livres et produits dérivés)

Description

The magnetic rotational system, with no separate parts, allows the design to spin freely on its base. Use it month after month by rotating the day of the week to align with the fixed date columns and create a sense of perpetual time.

Descriptions & Features

Characteristics

4h x 2"diam
Made of ABS plastic, aluminum, stainless steel, and magnets.

Publisher
Éditions du Centre Pompidou

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