ARNE JACOBSEN CLOCKS
ARNE JACOBSEN CLOCKS
The Danish and internationally renowned architect Arne Jacobsen mastered the total design to the full. All disciplines were poured into executing his big projects, from architecture to interiors, furniture design and graphics. The totality of the design was visible in the detail, as was the detail in the totality.
The biggest modernist of our time
Arne Jacobsen grew up in a middle-class home decorated in the popular Victorian style. As an architect, he dedicated his career to finding the essential core of an object or structure, and to rethinking products and structures from a functional, minimalist perspective.
The Danish and internationally renowned architect Arne Jacobsen mastered the total design to the full. The clocks in the four series, Bankers, City Hall, Roman and Station, have been recreated in accordance with Arne Jacobsen’s original drawings, where the clocks were designed to be hung at Denmark's National Bank, Rødovre Town Hall, Århus Town Hall tower and at various stations.
The wall clock was designed in 1971 by the famous Danish architect Arne Jacobsen to hang in Denmark's National bank, a project on which Arne Jacobsen was leading architect.
Arne Jacobsend's Station wall clock was designed for electrical goods manufacturer needed a universal clock design for all types of buildings, including stations.
The clock was part of the internationally renowed architect Arne Jacobsen's total concept for Rødovre Town Hall when it was built in 1956.
Arne Jacobsen Clocks
Be inspired by Arne Jacobsen's iconic design for your own home decor ideas. Buy a table clock from Arne Jacobsen, which isn't just a decorative feature in your home, but also features the necessary alarm clock functions such as alarm, snooze and light.
The unique and special table clock from Arne Jacobsen expresses Danish design in a neutral yet detailed way. The table clock will be a decorative and minimalistic element in your interior design.
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