soren lachnit visualizes possible sun hours for 2014 calender
 
soren lachnit visualizes possible sun hours for 2014 calender
nov 01, 2013

soren lachnit visualizes possible sun hours for 2014 calender

sören lachnit visualizes possible sun hours for 2014 calender
all images courtesy of sören lachnit

 

 

 

the super-sized ‘circular calendar’ by german designer sören lachnit makes it possible to organize 2014 in a clockwise direction. the yellow form in the middle of the wall-planner represents the possible sun hours fifty degrees north of the equator. printed onto an A0 sized 170g/m² sheet of silk finish paper, the design consists of weekdays, calendar weeks, the moon-phases, months winter- /-summer solstice and also enough space for daily notes.

 

 

soren lachnit visualizes possible sun hours for 2014 calender
the round calender let you organize the year clockwise

 

 

soren lachnit visualizes possible sun hours for 2014 calender
the yellow inner form represents possible sun hours fifty degrees north of the equator

 

 

soren lachnit visualizes possible sun hours for 2014 calender
the calender is printed on 170g/m² silk finish paper

 

 

soren lachnit visualizes possible sun hours for 2014 calender
detail of the days, weekdays, calendar weeks, months, moonphase

 

 

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  • Dear, nice calendar 2014.
    I like to buy one.
    Please send me the information to buy one!
    thanks
    Marcel Koppers
    Belgium

    Marcel Koppers
  • this is a fantastic looking calendar. Where can we purchase one from?

    Arturo
  • Hello Mac McDougal, you are right. The inner circles is the hour scale, 2h/4h/6h/8h etc.
    http://circular-calendar.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/hours.jpg
    Another dateilshot would probably helpful.
    Thank you for your Feedback!

    Soeren
  • When you say “the yellow form in the middle of the wall-planner represents the possible sun hours fifty degrees north of the equator,” that explains the goal, not the means of reaching it. I assume that the proportion covered by yellow, of the distance from the center to one of the circles near the edge, represents the number of hours of sunlight. But this is hardly self-evident. Some explanation would help, yes?

    Mac McDougal

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