The calendar, which was designed by Spanish studio Yonoh, nods to “the architecture of the industrial boom”. Its three ridges mark the month and day, forming a sawtoothed profile that references the roofs of factories built in the 1920s and 1930s.
“The calendar’s 3D-printed fabric base emulates the era’s move towards the synthetic, gracefully guiding an antiquated material into the 21st century,” said Othr, which launched in May 2016.
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