Aria Balloon Clock

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A playful and creative design.

Taking inspiration from childhood memories and trips to amusement parks or picnics in the sun, the Aria Balloon Clock features a playful design that stands out in any room. Made by Seoul-based Heart Storming, the timepiece perfectly captures the studio’s mission to create designs that make people “smile in their heart.”

The wall clock features an inflated balloon body made of ABS/SAN transparent polymer plastic. The wrinkles on the side of the circular shape mark the hours and also give the design an eye-catching look. Large hour and minute hands display the passage of time clearly even from a distance, with their rounded edges mirroring the balloon’s rounded shape. The Aria Balloon Clock measures 32 cm in diameter and comes in versatile white and silver tones as well as in vibrant gold and copper. Regardless of the color, the timepiece can certainly make any modern interior look cheerful and bright.

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