Design Cubic Clock, Nendo’s clock in the shape of a cube
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Cubic Clock, Nendo’s clock in the shape of a cube

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Giulia Guido
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Transforming any object into a unique piece of design is Nendo‘s main feature, the one that has made the Japanese design studio a leader in the sector and the latest object made confirms it. 

It’s called the Cubic Clock and, as the name suggests, it’s an aluminum clock in the shape of a cube. While one vertex has been cut to allow the object to remain in balance, another edge has been cut to obtain the hands. Twice a day, precisely at midnight and noon, the hands return to their original position and the Cubic Clock returns to being a real cube. 

Nendo designed this small piece of design to mark the 40th anniversary of The Hour Glass and will be sold exclusively during the Then Now Beyond exhibition at The Hour Glass store in Singapore until January 31, 2020.

Unfortunately, 10 Cubic Clock models have been produced. 

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Written by Giulia Guido
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