Danese Milano - Balance Perpetual Calendar
Enzo Mari’s Bilanca Perpetual Calendar effortlessly bends different types of wood, simple shapes, and easy function. Constructed of walnut, ramin, beech, and maple woods, the calendar reveals the date through the walnut wood window. Designed for wall mounting, the calendar hangs from a simple screw. The innovative calendar was originally designed in 1959 for Danese Milano, and calls to the simple lines and materiality of the midcentury modern period. The perpetual calendar can be used in various rooms in a home, from offices to kitchens. From a distance, the calendar appears to be a work of wall art, making it a multi-functional home accent.