Formosa - Danese
wall calendar (1963)
The perpetual calendar of Danish Formosa is a classic Italian design, designed by Enzo Mari in 1963.
Like most of the projects by Enzo Mari is a product of "timeless" impervious to fads and eras, with their clean lines, absolute, timeless.
Formosa is composed of a square plate of anodized aluminum divided into four parts arranged to indicate in the two upper parts of the date numbers and in the lower one, on the day of the week and month.
These are made with removable sheets of PVC, lithographed with the various elements that make up the dates. Support is available in natural or black, red or black lettering, product versions in Italian, English, French, German.
Aluminum anodized, lithographed PVC.
Dimensions: 31.5 x 31.5 cm