The refreshing alternative among wall clock classics
Available in a variety of materials and sculptural shapes, George Nelson clocks truly embody the attitudes of the 1950s. Even today, the designer’s wall and desk clocks are still refreshing alternatives to the usual timekeepers. The Vitra design museum offers a remake of the popular collector's pieces that stays true to the original form.
The exceptional shape of the triangle
The wall clock, which is shaped in an exceptional triangle form with concave sides, has a calming effect on the observer and is made to be the topic of a conversation. Maybe not because of the clock's material – after all, wood and metal are not particularly unusual materials – but rather the design that George Nelson created from them. Furthermore, the high-quality battery-operated quartz clockwork ensures a long life and precise timekeeping by the Vitra clock.