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  • Numbers LED Clock By Areaware
    2modern.com
    Numbers LED Clock By Areaware
    An alarm clock consisting of four 2 inch tall cubes. Each cube displays one glowing LED digit to make up the time display. Unlike static boxes usually associated with alarm clocks, this interactive collection of changing numbers can be arranged in any configuration.
  • Flat Life Clock By Areaware
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    Flat Life Clock By Areaware
    Is image everything? With Finn Magee's Flat Life series, the answer is yes! A two-dimensional image performs as if it were the three-dimensional object. Here, magic, humor and surprise combine into a fully functional light.
  • Areaware Alarm Dock by Jonas Damon
    hauslondon.com
    Areaware Alarm Dock by Jonas Damon
    The Alarm Dock uses a nostalgic product language to meet the progressively thin and disappearing profiles of consumer electronics. It is at once a critique and an accommodation to new technology. Place an iPhone or iPod Touch running a flip clock app onto the dock, and see an iconic and meaningful form return to your nightstand, mantel, or shelf. Your iPhone or iPod's dock connector can be pulled through it, allowing your device to recharge while docked. Phone in photo not included. Dock does not have built-in electronics or speakers. Now available in two sizes to fit iPhone 4 or iPhone 5 Materials: Sustainably harvested new growth beech wood. Dimensions: 6.75 x 3.5 x 2.5 inches.
  • areaware - LED Alarm Clock
    connox.com
    areaware - LED Alarm Clock
    The LED alarm clock by Areaware consists of a series of cubes that all of them display the current time in correct order with a shiny number. The idea of the abstract time is thereby extremely interesting, since it is broken by a series of constantly growing numbers. The Areaware LED alarm clock by Jonas Damon was made for an existence as playful desk accessory or for night tables. It is furthermore possible to “hide” the time in order to only make it possible for you to read it by means of changing the position of the cubes.
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