"Arris" wall clock
Designed by Adam Cornish, the "Arris" wall clock is a reflection on the concept of time.
From English spigolo, "Arris" is a disc of steel bent along the median axis, a wavy surface that recalls in its movement the incessant flow of time.
A watch that does not simply want to measure time but reflect the idea of infinity connected to it, in a play of light and shadow that underlines this continuity.
Features / Suggestions for use.
Made of stainless steel cut and bent at the Omegna Crusinallo plant.
Available in two versions, in polished steel with red hands or in black painted steel with white hands.
The hands, in aluminum, mark the hours, minutes and seconds. The dial is devoid of numbers to respond to the designer's desire to reflect the continuity of time instead of measuring it in unity.
The movement is quartz and powered by an AA battery.
The watch can be fixed to the wall through the appropriate hole on the back support.
The essential design of this watch makes it easily adaptable to different style environments.
Measurements: ø 30.00 cm | Height 4.00 cm