Arne Jacobsen’s petrol-blue Station table clock is ideal as an alarm clock with useful detailing in a calm bedroom, as a colourful element in the bathroom or as a stylish detail in a bookcase in the living room. With its classic styling, the clock makes an ideal gift for all design aficionados. Arne Jacobsen created the Station table clock in 1939 in connection with a project for the electrical goods manufacturer LK. Since then, the table clock – with reference to the original drawings – has been updated to bring it in line with today’s standards for alarm clocks. Accordingly, the clock has a light and a snooze function, both controlled touch-free thanks to an invisible sensor at the top of the clock.
- Material:Hardened glass and plastic
- Diameter:11 cm
- Height : 12 cm
- Please note:2 AA batteries required. Batteries not included
ABOUT THE BRAND
Arne Jacobsen had designed a house for H.J. Hansen, who was director of Lauritz Knudsen. Hansen was so enthusiastic about Jacobsen that he encouraged him to draw a clock back in 1939. It was the first of a total of four courses from Arne Jacobsen's hand. Arne Jacobsen's table clock is updated with both alarm, snooze function and light, which is triggered by an invisible sensor at the top of the clock. The clock, which Arne Jacobsen designed back in 1939, was presented at the Spring Exhibition at Charlottenborg.
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