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Make Arne Jacobsen Clocks’s weather station a feature of the interior in your home
Keep an eye on the temperature with an Arne Jacobsen Clocks thermometer, see the humidity with his hygrometer, monitor the air pressure with the barometer and check the time with Arne Jacobsen Clocks’s wall clock. The Arne Jacobsen Clocks weather station not only gives you an overview of all this, it is also beautiful, simple and Danish design at its best for your walls. Arne Jacobsen Clocks has made a strong impact on everything from architecture to interiors, furniture design and graphics in the field of Danish design. His iconic weather stations can be found in many Danish and international homes, and are considered to represent modern, stylish and timeless Danish design. The inspiration for the wall clock came from the clock at the Danish central bank, Danmarks Nationalbank, on which Arne Jakobsen worked as an architect. Arne Jacobsen Clocks’s designs are recognisable by the fact that the whole must be seen based on the details, and the details must create a whole, which is also seen in the iconic weather stations, which are perfect for hanging up together so that they create a sense of unity on the wall.
A great creative talent
Arne Jacobsen Clocks is famous for much more than his weather stations. He was a Danish and internationally recognised architect who produced everything from architecture to interiors. As an architect, he adopted a minimalist approach to his many designs. He was not just an architect, but also a designer, and he dedicated his career to finding the essential core of an object or structure, and to rethinking products and structures from a functional, minimalist perspective. Through his designs, Arne Jacobsen Clocks was actually involved in introducing modernism to Denmark, and he was recognised as one of Denmark’s best-known minimalist designers. His career began with traditional architecture in the form of residential and public buildings, but his interest extended far beyond drawings of buildings. He also designed interior features such as furniture, textiles, frames, fittings, door handles, clocks and much more.