How you wake up can impact the rest of your day – especially if you have a faulty or aggravating alarm. Created as part of a new collection of home wares for Danish design company Menu, the Tumbler Alarm clock is intended to “stay classy for generations” with a design focused on optimal user interaction. Operating out of Copenhagen, Norm Architects created this design which comprises a wide flat face on the end of a cylindrical barrel. The simple yet playful design requires the user to flip the clock upside down on its face in order to stop the alarm, a clever feature that is both inventive and intuitive. Available in a variety of subtle hues (carbon, white, and moss green), the perfectly minimal design is well-suited to practically every space and any lifestyle. The rounded bottom ads an extra touch of whimsy as the form appears to effortlessly defy gravity with its “no-tilt” design. Buy here.