Lemnos Plywood Lines Clock YK21-13
The clock's plywood frame draws inspiration from the structure of a tambourine frame, a design element frequently employed by the clock manufacturer Lemnos across various creations. Opting for minimalism, the design employs lines to convey the hours and minutes, eschewing numerical markers. The juxtaposition of the delicate lines enclosing the clock against the bold and substantial presence of the clock hands establishes a harmonious equilibrium that feels both modern and timeless.
The clock's plywood frame is made from a natural material so there will be variation in the grain.
Made in Japan and produced by the renowned Japanese clock makers, Lemnos, this Plywood Lines Clock was designed by Tsunoda Yota. Born in 1979, in Sendai Japan, completed his education at the Royal College of Arts in England for design, he returned to Japan to become a prolific product designers for Muji. He later founded in 2011, his own design studio called, YOTA KAKUDA DESIGN.
10'' D x 2.1'' W
Plywood and glass, 1 AA battery, sweeping second hand.
SKP movement. SKP is a movement sold by Seiko Clock, Inc.
Do not wash with any chemical agents. Dust and wipe with a dry cloth as needed. The wood frame will naturally patina with age, and constant contact with direct sunlight may cause the wood to darken over time.