Arne Jacobsen

Arne Jacobsen City Hall Table Clock 1956

£93.00 £124.00

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    City Hall table clock was originally designed for Rødovre Town Hall in 1956. What makes the City Hall clock so popular is its universal expression, which is why it was obvious to make a table clock version of it.

    As well as adding a decorative touch anywhere in a home, the clock also has all the necessary alarm-clock features, such as alarm, snooze and light. Thanks to a sensor, you can activate both light and snooze by a slight movement of the hand above the clock. The table clock illustrated here is in stone blue.

    Material: Plexiglass face, ABS plastic case
    Diameter: 11 cm
    Width: 11.3 cm
    Height:: 12 cm
    Depth: 6.7 cm

    Please note:

    Alarm function. Light and snooze sensor. 2 x AA batteries. Sold without batteries
    Arne Jacobsen

    About the brand

    Arne Jacobsen

    Arne Jacobsen Clocks is a company that specializes in producing and preserving the iconic clock designs created by Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen. Arne Jacobsen is renowned for his significant contributions to modernist architecture and furniture design, and his clock designs are no exception.

    Arne Jacobsen's clocks are known for their clean lines, minimalist aesthetics, and precise timekeeping. They embody the principles of Scandinavian design, emphasizing simplicity, functionality, and beauty. The clocks feature bold, easy-to-read numerals and high-quality materials, resulting in timeless pieces that have become design classics.

    Arne Jacobsen's most famous clock design is the "Station Clock" or "Bankers' Clock," originally created in 1941 for the Danish National Bank. This round wall clock with its simple black and white dial, slim hands, and distinctive numerals has become an iconic symbol of Danish design and is sought after by design enthusiasts around the world.