The Lemnos Cubist Cuckoo Clock

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A creative table clock inspired by postmodern architecture.

Japanese brand Lemnos has been making creative, minimalist, and one-of-a-kind timepieces for decades. The company collaborates with the most talented Japanese and international designers to bring a new perspective to the passage of time. The Lemnos Cubist Cuckoo clock is no exception. Designed by Singapore-based designer Gabriel Tan, this quirky timepiece puts the classic cuckoo clock in a new light. The design draws inspiration from an unlikely, but inspired source: postmodern architecture.

The clock features two stacked volumes. The larger one contains the clock, while the smaller cube houses a small cuckoo. The user can easily rotate the smaller volume in different directions, if needed. Crafted from Japanese ash wood, the clock comes in two versions: Natural/White and Brown/ Natural. Both versions boast carved hour markers and elegant golden hands. Naturally, the clock suits a wide range of spaces, from side tables to a desk or a bookshelf. Finally, the two-step light sensor movement ensures that the cuckoo will remain silent at night.

While available from August 1, the new Cubist Cuckoo clock will also make a splash at the NYNOW 2019 Summer Market in NYC. If you want to admire this timepiece up close along with the new Lemnos HALO Cast Bronze Clock, drop by the Accent on Design Booth #4024, between August 11-14, 2019. You can also browse through the Lemnos clock collection now in the Gessato Design Shop. Photographs©: Lemnos.

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