The Eki Wall Clock by Takenobu Igarashi was introduced with its design direction based on the Sapporo Station Clocks. Takenobu Igarashi was the designer behind the renowned “Big Clock of Stars” which hangs on the outer wall of Sapporo Station in Hokkaido, Japan since 2003. He also designed another clock on both east and west concourses of the same station. The clock has double-faced dials in black and white and the clock numbers are designed in a way for easy reading from the ground.
This new wall clock has a beautifully designed dial with original number types, and its frame is made with aluminum produced from sand casting and lathing. The distance between its dial and glass is minimized. This design wall clocks reflects simplicity at its very best. The wall clock is also awarded the 2006 Good Design Award (Japan) and 2016 Design for Asia Awards, Merit (Hong Kong)
• Designed by renowned designer Takenobu Igarashi
• Inspired based on the famous Sapporo Station Clocks
• Beautifully designed dial with original number types
• Frame made of aluminum based on sand casting and lathing
• Minimalist design
• Won the 2006 Good Design Award (Japan) and 2016 Design for Asia Awards, Merit (Hong Kong)
Ø: 25.6 cm
Depth: 4 cm
Item is available for pre-order. Lead time of 3 weeks (excluding shipping).
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