Time passes. Design prevails
Old-school functionality and towering design factor
The Danish and internationally renowned architect Arne Jacobsen mastered the total design to the full. All disciplines were poured into executing his big projects, from architecture to interiors, furniture design and graphics. The totality of the design was visible in the detail, as was the detail in the totality. Arne Jacobsen’s architecture and design attracted attention all over the world. And what is really magical is that Arne Jacobsen’s design classics are still being recreated today in line with the master architect’s original drawings.
Even though Arne Jacobsen created his iconic wall and table clocks between 1938 and 1971, time hasn't run out for this interior design object. On the contrary, today’s table clock is a living accessory and part of a modern, mindful lifestyle.
It’s no secret that time has become a luxury. Being unplugged and offline has become a rare self-indulgence in recent years, and so the classic table clock and wall clock have regained their all-important status. And when these are created by Arne Jacobsen hinself, they simply ooze old-school functionality and premium design.
The biggest modernist of our time
Industrial product design
The table alarm clock from 1939 is an early example of Arne Jacobsen’s unique talent for creating industrial product design. The clock was born when Arne Jacobsen was designing the private home for the director Lauritz Knudsen. The original clock has been put back into production with graphics from LK, STATION, ROMAN as well as BANKERS and CITY HALL - all with updated functions such as snooze and light sensor.
Time passes – design lasts
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