Friday, 7 March 2008

Spring Forward

Time flies when you are busy being’s now time to spring ahead and change all those clocks. We decided to share some of our favourite timely timepieces.

George Nelson Ball Clock

With the diversity of materials used and their sculptural shapes, George Nelson clocks embody the joie de vivre of the 1950s. To this day, his wall clocks, including the George Nelson Ball Clock, remain a refreshing alternative to the usual timekeepers. The Vitra Design Museum presents a re-edition of the designs so cherished by collectors - in a true-to-the-original form. A mid-century modern classic!

TO:CA Wood LED Clock

Is it a block? A clock? This intriguing and stylish clock will always be a conversation piece. The Kikkerland Wood LED clock by Kouji Iwasaki is an eye catching and puzzling design - how do the LED numbers show through wood?

Mystic Wall Clock

The frosted glass front reveals elaborate Victorian hands on this extra large glass and aluminum wall clock.

Nova Clock

Time takes on an ethereally radiant dimension as it doubles as a modern art piece. Fashioned in contemporary aluminum and zinc, it shines in entry ways, living rooms, master suites, kitchens and bar areas alike.

Viso Wall Clock - Fornassetti

Featuring a classic image of a woman’s face in black and white designed by Piero Fornasetti.

Ghost Clock

Time ticks elegantly by with the transparent Fantome Clock. On a mantelpiece, a bookcase, or a tabletop this timepiece deserves pride of place for its stylish simplicity.

LED Message Board Clock

Programmable LED mirror message board that displays the time and date and personalized messages up to 4000 characters. Program and save different messages, effects and fonts. Time-triggered messages. Remote control or connect to your PC.

Hermes Boule Clock

This classic timepiece was based on a model at the Hermes Museum in the firm’s Rue de Faubourg Saint-Honore flagship store in Paris. A timeless (no pun intended) addition to any office desk or nightstand.

Bankers Clock

Designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1971, this perfectly proportioned clock is striking yet simple. Stainless steel and Plexiglas crystal construction with an interesting alternative to traditional numbers creates a modern and masculine piece of wall art.

Pasha de Cartier Travel Clock

From the embodiment of timeless beauty, Cartier, comes this stunning piece that plays upon the contrast of the reflective palladium finish and matte black details.

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