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    Danish designers Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn named their studio Norm to express their dedication to “working with Danish norms and standards refined over hundreds of years,” says Bjerre-Poulsen, “rather than rejecting them in the endless search for new.” The sincerity of their approach – bypassing flashy design for good design – shows in the quality of their work. Stripped of all unnecessary details, their minimalist Marble Wall Clock (2014) captivates with its clean design and use of honest, natural. This clock “exudes nostalgia,” according to Bjerre-Poulsen, “and we’ve chosen a material combination that speaks to most human senses, something very important as a designer.” With bright brass hands set against a fine marble face, the Marble Wall Clock provides ample contrast for easy time-telling. Runs on a single AA battery (not included). Made in China.
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    More than two hands, this clock is a graphic composition displaying time. A constantly changing wall decoration for 12 hours long. This clock comes with a high torque German movement to guarantee a perfect and reliable piece of design. Reinhard chose three unique colour combinations to add even more to the character of this design. Mounts (easily) directly to the wall.
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    One of Arne Jacobsen’s last designs, the Banker’s Clock (1971) was devised for the Danish National Bank, also designed by Jacobsen, located in central Copenhagen. This clock is crisply detailed yet restrained, making it adaptable to residential and commercial spaces. Shielded by a convex mineral glass crystal, its clean face has a 12-square line marking each hour position; the square closest to the clock’s center is filled starting at 1 o’clock, the next at 2 and so on, creating a subtle spiral pattern. The Banker’s Clock features a precision quartz movement powered by a single AA battery (not included). This is an authentic Arne Jacobsen clock manufactured by Rosendahl Timepieces. Made in Denmark.
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    Another geometric timepiece designed by mid-century modern master, George Nelson. The Vitra Nelson Triangle Clock is a graphic piece of wall art as well as a functional clock. Its face is comprised of three wing-like wedges of Black-lacquered metal, with the seams in-between as well as contrasting white dots marking the hours.
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