Time And Space Collection By NTN

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A timepiece and minimalist desk accessories collection that puts the focus on things that matter.

Surrounded by screens and constant information overload, we tend to live our lives away from the people, things, and places that keep us grounded. The Time and Space collection aims to put the emphasis back on the moments that matter and on slow living. Created by Irish brand NTN, the range of timepieces and minimalist desk accessories blends a minimalist aesthetic with meaningful design.

The collection includes a special edition version of the popular W1/D timepiece, limited to only 20 pieces. As stunning as ever, the watch now comes with a black PVD case and an Italian green leather strap sourced from the Tempesti tannery in Pisa, Italy. The strap also boasts a gray keeper that adds an eye-catching accent to the design. Made with two contrasting materials, the Capsule clock features a CNC machined Portuguese cork body as well as German borosilicate laboratory glass. The second hand moves gracefully without incremental stops, reminding of the nature of time. The clock is carefully assembled by hand in the NTN studio and it comes in repurposed cork packaging.

Apart from the two timepieces, the collection also includes two other products. The Host hexagonal soy candle has a concrete base with a hidden brass tube. Thus, the candle effectively transforms into a candle holder after burning out, accepting any 22mm dinner candles. Bringing together old and contemporary cues in a creative way, the Inkwell Pen and Holder comes with a concrete and resin base that keeps the 3D printed matte black stainless steel pen grounded in its place. The design invites the user make both time and space to slow down, reflect, and create. You can find the new range on the brand’s official website. Prices range from around $54 to $500, with Inkwell currently available to pre-order.

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