Wall Clocks You Can Crumple. We were first introduced to Veronica Szalai’s NEW TIME clocks last year and she’s back with two new versions – Holographic and Matrix.
Just like before, the clocks are made of a durable cotton fiber that allows you to crumple, smash, or fold them into any shape you want letting you choose the way they look. Simply take the clock out of the package, go to town, pop a AA battery in it, and then hang it on the wall. You can purchase them from Crowdyhouse here. 30 orologi da parete di design - Living Corriere. Decorano la parete e contano le ore, i minuti e i secondi: gli orologi da muro sono un complemento importante tra le pareti domestiche.
Per estetica e funzione. The Line Collection of Minimalist Watches. Scottish watch brand Nomad partnered with industrial designer Samuel Wilkinson to design the Line Collection of watches that focus on a minimalist, yet unique aesthetic that’s been lacking in the market.
Their attention to detail and craftsmanship led to two years refining the design and sourcing honest manufacturers that would be able to meet their quality and demand. Each part that goes into every watch is custom designed and manufactured, down to the clasp, the beveled glass, the textured stainless steel case that references cast iron, and a custom engineered backplate.
Passing Time with Jiwoong Jung's Hidden Time Watch. Our affinity for minimalist timepieces has ticked forward with the sighting of this captivating watch designed by Jiwoong Jung, a Korean industrial designer who has been on our radar before for his furniture and lighting work.
This time it’s the Hidden Time, a watch with an elegantly engaging way to communicate the passing of the hours. As time passes a face reveals the time underneath by the minute – the numerals printed onto the glass – coloration denoting as day turns to night with a circular gradient. The effect shows the passing of light from day to night in a darkening cycle of white to blue to eventual black at the 12 o’clock top. Quite clever and beautiful. 12 Modern Wall Clocks.
Tag clock. Bulbul Launches the Minimalist Ore Watch. Danish watch brand Bulbul has launched their third style in its series of designer watches.
Ore, which follows Pebble and Facette, is stripped down, removing all the superfluous details to be the perfect, minimalist timepiece. The Everyday Watch by MIJLO. The Everyday Watch is a minimalist design created by MIJLO.
The timepiece is unique in that it has a modular composition, allowing users to switch between two face designs, and five diverse strap designs, resulting in ten variations. The current package includes two classic faces along with one brown leather, one tan leather, one black textured leather, one blue rubber, and one green mixed canvas/leather band. The straps can be easily removed/connected via a simple button at the base of the band, and have a five-year guarantee. The Everyday Watch: A 10-in-1 Timepiece by MIJLO. by Daniel Eckler.
The Everyday Watch is one watch with ten variations. A perfect fit for every occasion. 2) Affordable. Creative Clocks. Join Gadget Flow Today For Free Login Login with facebook or Don't have an Account?
Clockwatchers: you now have something more interesting to stare at all day.
Here are eight interesting artist-designed clocks from Society6 that will add a little more interest to your wall. A Clock Inspired by Stringed Instruments. Designed by Daniel Weil for byshop, the Instrumental Clock references stringed instruments with its open wood frame and and suspended clock mechanism.
As the hands of the clock turn, they pass through two openings, one on each side of the frame, much like that of the sound holes of a violin. I migliori 15 orologi dal design minimale. 12 Minimalist Watches: A Fine Time for Simplicity. Fashion designer Jil Sander once argued, “I am convinced that there can be luxury in simplicity.” And in a world of information overload, non-stop notifications, and the hindrance of a “more is better” culture, there is indeed luxury to be found in design embracing the simplification of compositional relations between a person and the information they seek.
Watch design has veered into this reductive aesthetic, pushing forth material and unitary plain geometry to the forefront of wrist fashion. In an era of smartphones, we no longer need watches, but perhaps we want them more than ever. Clock Hands Wall Clock. One Clock with Lots of Design Possibilities.