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    Opposing forces. Solid mango wood carves a freestanding dichotomy of shapes on this geometric table clock. Revealing the active grain of the wood,squaregives way to recessed circle punctuated by gleaming aluminum hands. Requires one AA battery (not included). Details and Dimensions: Square circle table clock. 6"Wx1.5"Dx6"H. Solid mango wood. Aluminum hands with chrome finish. Freestands. Requires 1 AA battery (not included) Wipe with clean cloth. Made in China. Overall Dimensions: Width: 6" Depth: 1.5" Height: 6"
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    The refreshing alternative among the wall clock classics In a variety of materials and sculptural shapes, the George Nelson clocks embody the style of the 1950s. His wall and desk clocks are still refreshing alternatives to the usual timing devices. The Vitra design museum offers a re-edition of the popular collector's pieces in the original shape. Exceptional shape of the triangle The wall clock, in an exceptional triangle shape, thanks to its concave sides, has a calming effect on the observer and is made to be the topic of a conversation. Maybe not because of the clock's material for wood and metal are no particularly special goods, but what counts it the object George Nelson created from them. Furthermore does the high-quality battery-operated quartz clockwork provide for a long life and a reliable time display of the Vitra clock.
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    An original classic: George Nelson has designed his round Night Clock in the year 1948. The desired collectors’ clock hasn’t lost any of its charm, even a few decades after its first appearance. With its original colours and forms the table clock is also today a refreshing alternative to the common time chronometers. The Night Clock has been designed by George Nelson as part of the Desk Clocks collection. The single table clocks of the mini series all emerged between 1947 and 1953. With its sculptural forms and the chosen colours and materials, the clocks embody the life-feeling of the 1950s. The company Vitra manufactures the George Nelson Night Clock today in an original re-edition out of brass and acrylic glass. The table clock’s clockwork consists of high quality quartz and is delivered with a 1.5 Volt battery, ready to work. Also in our blog: Playboy-Exhibition in the German Architecture Museum Utopia: Vitra becomes Changemarker
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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.
  • Punkt. AC 01 Alarm Clock - White
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    Punkt. AC 01 offers you the pleasure of going back to the traditional alarm clock for everyday use. Why have your cell phone lying on your bedside table, when you can be woken up by a superb design object such as the AC 01? No fumbling around in the dark, no radiation emissions, and no unwanted calls in the middle of the night; just the pleasure of trusting your sleeping hours to a wonderfully simple object that, thanks to its extraordinary simplicity, will delight you every time you wake up to it. Designed by Jasper Morrison. Essential and timeless. If function defines design, then the 'essentiality' of the AC 01 is natural - like the daily routine of waking up - which makes the AC 01 a timeless timepiece. Simple and intuitive. Set the alarm on; switch it off; prolong sleep by activating snooze; check the time in the middle of the night. Four simple actions which need to be performed intuitively; as with the AC 01. Long lasting materials. The AC 01 dial is protected by thick scratch-proof glass and surrounded by a solid aluminium body to ensure product longevity. KEY FEATURES. Smart alarm switch Activate or deactivate the alarm with a simple manual gesture and the status will be clearly displayed on the dial. Clever snooze button You can activate the snooze option with your eyes closed by simply pressing the back of the alarm clock. Light-ring lit dial Just feel-in-the dark to illuminate the entire dial by gently squeezing the clock and activating the light ring. Luminescent hands and dial The glow-in-the-dark hands and dial allow you to tell the time in complete darkness without turning the light ring on. Long Battery Life One battery for the alarm and two dedicated to the light, ensure that the AC 01 will work for a long time before having to replace the batteries.
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    George Nelson already worked for the furniture company Herman Miller from 1946-66 as creative director. At the same time he designed table and wall clocks for the subsidiary Howard Miller Clock Company, catching the lifestyle of the 50s and 60s. Selected designs of that time are also re-edited in the Vitra Home Complements Collection. Spindle Clock 1957 was a very productive year of the designer. He created more than 20 wall clocks in many colours and made of many materials, One of the mdoels of that period is the Spindle Clock. The body of this exciting timer is made of matt brass. The pointers have different colours and shapes. A triangular pointer for the hours in white and pointers for the minutes and seconds in powerful orange make it easy to read the time. The unusual hours-tubes are made of walnut wood and they spread a pleasantly warm atmosphere. The Vitra clocks from Georg Nelson are delivered with a sophisticated quartz clockwork.
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    “To me design is all about creating objects that are impossible not to notice, objects that are contagious and objects that stay in the heart forever,” explains designer Rasmus Gottliebsen. “Then I know I did a good job.” With his background in advertising, Gottliebsen has an intuitive feel for garnering attention, evidenced by his minimal yet striking Watch Me Wall Clock (2010). This eye-catching clock consists of eight vibrantly colored aluminum rectangles fanned out to form a circular shape, with contrasting black and white hands for good readability. Inspired by a fan deck of color swatches, it adds a pop of color to most any room. Runs on one AA battery (not included). Made in China.
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    The Vitra Home Complements Collection connects iconic designs of Charles and Ray Eames, Alexander Girard or George Nelson with new designs of younger talents. The collection includes design objects, home accessories and textiles. Timeless companions for special events. One of the re-edited design objects by Vitra is the classic Cone Clock by the designer George Nelson. As a creative director, George Nelson worked for the furniture company Herman Miller for many years. At the same time he designed clocks for the subsidiary Howard Miller Clock Company, which caught the lifestyle of the 50s. Among them was the Cone Clock, whose name comes from the backside pointed cone shape. The minimal design of this and other clocks by George Nelson is based on the personal conviction of the designer, where the focus lays on the pointers, not on the digits, in order to know the time. The Cone Clock is produced according to original designs by Vitra and it is delivered with a sophisticated quartz clockwork.
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    Vitra Home Complements The American designer George Nelson counts to the most influential people of American Post-War design – together with personalities like Charles and Ray Eames or Alexander Girard. That’s a good reason to re-edit some of the designs of that influential creatives in the event of the Vitra Home Complements Collection. Thereby all of the items are produced according to the original designs and materials. The Collection includes design objects, home accessories and textiles. Timeless companion for a special atmosphere. Designer: George Nelson The designer George Nelson influenced the philosophy of the American furniture producer Hermann Miller for several years being the creative director there. He also designed table and wall clocks for the subsidiary Howard Miller Clock Company at the same time, catching the lifestyle of the 50s and 60s. Wheel Clock The Wheel Clock is a faithful re-edition of the 1961 designed wall clock and it convinces with high class materials and sculptural outlines. The corpus of the exceptional wall clock is made of walnut wood. The pointers and hour-marks are made of aluminium. Warm and cool materials complement each other in harmony resulting in special colour-contrasts as well. Wheel isn’t only a timer, but a decorative piece on the walls and a real eye-catcher. This is how you will keep an eye on the time with pleasure. All the Vitra clocks made by George Nelson are delivered with a high class quartz clockwork including batteries.
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