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Lorenz relaunches Static clock that kickstarted Richard Sapper's career

Lorenz relaunches Static clock that kickstarted Richard Sapper's career

Lorenz relaunches Static clock that kickstarted Richard Sapper's career

Lorenz relaunches Static clock that kickstarted Richard Sapper's career

Lorenz relaunches Static clock that kickstarted Richard Sapper's career

Lorenz relaunches Static clock that kickstarted Richard Sapper's career

At the centre of a piazza-style room is Branch Studio Architects' interpretation of a public monument – a floor-to-ceiling cylindrical pod that's referred to as a "clock tower". Inside there is a small table with a recessed countertop, which has been made to resemble a clock face.

Branch Studio Architects creates piazza-style school office in Melbourne

At the centre of a piazza-style room is Branch Studio Architects' interpretation of a public monument – a floor-to-ceiling cylindrical pod that's referred to as a "clock tower". Inside there is a small table with a recessed countertop, which has been made to resemble a clock face.

SWNA designs clock that doubles as an emergency kit

SWNA designs clock that doubles as an emergency kit

Seoul-based design studio SWNA has created a clock that incorporates an emergency kit filled with essential tools should a natural disaster occur.

SWNA designs clock that doubles as an emergency kit

SWNA designs clock that doubles as an emergency kit

Seoul-based design studio SWNA has created a clock that incorporates an emergency kit filled with essential tools should a natural disaster occur.

Lee Broom designs marble grandfather clock influenced by brutalist architecture

Lee Broom designs marble grandfather clock influenced by brutalist architecture

British designer Lee Broom referenced modernist silhouettes for his new grandfather clock, which he will launch during this year's Milan design week.

Lee Broom designs marble grandfather clock influenced by brutalist architecture

Lee Broom designs marble grandfather clock influenced by brutalist architecture

British designer Lee Broom referenced modernist silhouettes for his new grandfather clock, which he will launch during this year's Milan design week.

IMM: Es Liegt Was in Der Luft by Patrick Palcic

Copper clock by Patrick Palcic uses perfume to tell time

Perfume leaks at hourly intervals onto the heated copper face of this clock by German designer Patrick Palcic, presented at this year's IMM Cologne.

The hand's of Maarten Baas' Schipol clock are drawn on in real time

The hands of Maarten Baas' Schiphol clock are drawn in real time

Dutch designer Maarten Baas' giant Schiphol timepiece replaces traditional clock hands with a 12-hour-long video performance

InOut clock by Héctor Serrano includes a miniature pop-up alarm

InOut clock by Héctor Serrano includes miniature pop-up alarm

Spanish designer Héctor Serrano's clock for Lexon has a baby version that pops out of its top for setting an alarm

Shay Carmon and Ben Klinger of Studio Ve created a clock where the two hands are linked by a striped paper-like material, creating ever-changing 3D shapes as the hours go by.

Manifold Clock by Studio Ve | Dezeen

Shay Carmon and Ben Klinger of Studio Ve in Israel have created a clock where the two hands are linked by a striped paper-like material, creating ever-changing 3D shapes as the hours go by. Called Manifold Clock, the striped sheet is made of Tyvek, and slowly curls and unfurls. More clocks on Dezeen » Here's

Designer Sejoon Kim of South Korea has designed a clock where users have to feel the flexible face to reveal the time.

Vague Clock by Sejoon Kim | Dezeen

Designer Sejoon Kim of South Korea has designed a clock where users have to feel the flexible face to reveal the time. Called Vague Clock, the analogue timepiece has a squashy cover that hides the time until pressed inwards. The clock is updated by GPS so remains accurate despite the hands being touched. The design

Designer Sejoon Kim of South Korea designed a clock where users have to feel the flexible face to reveal the time.

Vague Clock by Sejoon Kim | Dezeen

Designer Sejoon Kim of South Korea has designed a clock where users have to feel the flexible face to reveal the time. Called Vague Clock, the analogue timepiece has a squashy cover that hides the time until pressed inwards. The clock is updated by GPS so remains accurate despite the hands being touched. The design

Dutch designer Kiki van Eijk created this series of 14 mantle clocks, each made from a different metal wire or finish.

One More Time by Kiki van Eijk | Dezeen

Dutch designer Kiki van Eijk has created this series of 14 mantle clocks, each made from a different metal wire or finish. Called One More Time, the clocks comprise a ceramic face and metal wires twisted into the frame of a clock case. More about Kiki van Eijk on Dezeen » Here are some more

Called Just About Now, the device is started by scooping sand from a bowl into a glass funnel.

Just About Now by Maarten Baas with Laikingland | Dezeen

Dutch designer Maarten Baas has created a timer in collaboration with with kinetic objects company Laikingland that's specifically designed not to be accurate. Called Just About Now, the device is started by scooping sand from a bowl into a glass funnel. From there the sand trickles down into a brass cup that's attached to a

Just About Now by Maarten Baas with Laikingland.

Just About Now by Maarten Baas with Laikingland | Dezeen

Dutch designer Maarten Baas has created a timer in collaboration with with kinetic objects company Laikingland that's specifically designed not to be accurate. Called Just About Now, the device is started by scooping sand from a bowl into a glass funnel. From there the sand trickles down into a brass cup that's attached to a