Ball Clock

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Wall clocks don’t have to look like the black clock that hung over the green chalkboard in school.

Wherever it hangs, George Nelson's experimental and playful design creates joy and happiness.

If your little ones are struggling to learn to tell the time, maybe it's because your old clock is too boring and needs replacing.

The Ball Clock combines precision and elegance with fun and playfulness. A clock that is versatile and suitable for any room of the home

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Item No.ACC006
Year of Design:1948
Designed by:George Nelson
Frame made of:Iron
Made of:Lacquered Wood Balls
Finish:Matt surface
Care instructions:Keep away from water, keep dry. You can use wax or regular cleaning material for cleaning. Don’t scratch the surface.
Cubic meter G:0.01 m²
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Product Measurement (L x D x H):33cm x 7cm x 33cm
Package Measurement (L x D x H):35cm x 10cm x 35cm
Package Weight:3 KG
Numbers of Cartons:1
Cubic meter G:0.01 m²

George Nelson (1908-1986)

Considered as one of the founders of American Modernism, George Nelson is celebrated for designing most of the 20th century's most iconic Modernist furniture. Born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1908, Nelson graduated from Hartford Public High school before studying architecture at Yale University.

Driven towards creating aesthetically beautiful and innovative furniture, Nelson condemned any connotation of applying a set formula towards design. He was famously quoted as blasting, “Design is not science and it never will be."

Alongside winning numerous awards for his iconic furniture designs, Nelson published several books and held the role as editor for Industrial Design Magazine. The American left a legendary legacy to a future generation of designers by establishing and organising influential conferences, such as the Aspen Design gatherings.

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