Timor is a perpetual desk calendar conceived by the famous Italian designer Enzo Mari, for Danese. Founded in Milan in 1957, the company has contributed to the history of Italian design in a long journey which, down the years, has collaborated repeatedly with some of the most important names in Italian architecture and art. Thanks to the rigid PVC plastic tags which can be opened out like a fan, Timor is a highly practical calendar, which allows you to choose to visualise the tags that identify the correct month, number and day of the week. As well as the famous aesthetic profile that reminds us of a toucan, this calendar has all the useful characteristics provided by plastic, such as modularity, flexibility, washability and transformability. A unique design object of its kind, available among the quality Italian products selected by the Treccani Emporium, in the black version and in English.
Designed by Enzo Mari
PVC tags that can be opened like a fan
Dimensions 17 x 16 x 9 cm
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