Habitus Loves… Clocks

Time is ticking down to Christmas, so why not watch it fly by with one of our favourite clocks. This collection goes to show that a clock ain't always just a clock

15 Dec 2010

 

The Font Clock

 


Designed by:
Sebastian Wrong

Why we love it: This reminds us of those calendars you see in post offices, but with its use of different fonts it makes for a fun, eclectic little ticker.

Where you can get it:

Living Edge

Soft Clock

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Designed by: Kiki van Eijk

Why we love it: The Soft Clock looks as though it’s been roughly moulded from play-doh, but it is actually ceramic, with beautifully refined hands. Quirky, fun.

Where you can get it:

Space

Bell
 alarm clock

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Designed by: IDEA International

Why we love it: This alarm clock is just so… well, red. The bell is located at the back, playing on the traditional alarm clock form and everything is a bright fire engine red.

Where you can get it:

Moss

Wall Clock

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Designed by:
Daniel . Emma

Why we love it: Part of the ‘Solids’ collection, this clock is a simple as they come. Like something from an old-fashioned toy box, it brings out the child in us.

Where you can get it:

Daniel . Emma

Tempo

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Designed by: Naoto Fukasawa for Magis

Why we love it: The simplicity of this clock is what we love. No numbers, no seconds hand and a solid black outline give it a slight cartoon quality.

Where you can get it:

Corporate Culture

Klock-01

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Designed by: Singgih Kartono

Why we love it: Much like the popular wooden radio by Singgih Katono, this new clock represents honest materials and a simple, playful aesthetic.

Where you can get it:

Areaware

The Grandson Clock

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Designed by: Rowen Wagner

Why we love it: This clock is a beautiful modern take on the classic grandfather clock. It’s relaxed wall-leaning style and thin pendulum are ultra-cool.

Where you can get it:

Rowen Wagner

Around Clock

Designed by: Anthony Dickens

Why we love it: This one turns the idea of the clock on its head. The clock becomes the moving part while the ‘hand’ stays still to indicate the time on the scale.

Where you can get it:

Make: Designed Objects