A perpetual spindle calendar with 2 sections that you can arrange to indicate month, day, date.
This spindle calendar was inspired by electric motors. Its designer, Paul Koh, imagined a magnetic rotational system, with no separate parts, allowing 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.
An item that combines modernity, elegance and minimal aesthetics.
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is a museum located in Manhattan (NYC). It is a key actor in the development of modernist art and it features an exhaustive collection. It is often referred to as the most influential museum of modern art in the world.
Materials: ABS plastic, aluminum, stainless steel, and magnets
Dimensions: 4h x 2″diam
Colors: Gray, Black, Red