Desk Clocks by Vitra
designed by George Nelson
With the diversity of materials used and their sculptural shapes, George Nelson's clocks embody the joie de vivre of the 1950s. To this day, his table clocks remain a refreshing alternative to the usual timekeepers. The Vitra Design Museum presents a re-edition of the designs so cherished by collectors - in a true-to-the-original form.
Shown above, clock-wise from top left: Cone clock, Tripod clock, Night clock, and Diamond clock.
- Available in four unique designs
- Battery included
- High-grade quartz clockwork
The Vitra Home Collection is not an interior design system or a homogeneous product line which promotes a uniform style. Rather, Vitra considers the furnishing of one's home as a process of collage - a gradual assemblage of products and objects. Not to be confused with coincidental accumulation of things, this process is a conscious arrangement that grows and changes with regard to both content and style, according to the owner's individual preferences and circumstances.
Cone Clock: polyurethane, high-grade quartz clockwork
Tripod Clock: brass, acrylic glass, high-grade quartz clockwork
Night Clock: brass, acrylic glass, high-grade quartz clockwork
Diamond Clock: solid walnut, high-grade quartz clockwork
Cone Clock: 6.75" h x 5.75" w x 6" d
Tripod Clock: 6.5" h x 4.25" w x 3.25" d
Night Clock: 5.75" h x 4.25" w x 4" d
Diamond Clock: 6.75" h x 10" w x 5.5" d