Modern wall clocks are becoming more and more eye-catching in their appearance, because designers are constantly trying to redesign the traditional clock. Their design often changes and varies between wall decoration and functionality. Parallel to this, modern wall clocks can also change the time perception of their users. Stay tuned and find out more! We show you a collection of unusual and super modern delusions that are definitely worth a look!
Designed by Australian designer Abi Alice, this elegant wall clock is a small piece of steel covered with colored epoxy resin. It has small dots on the hands that emphasize its very circular shape.
Time Maze is a creation of the renowned architect and designer Daniel Libeskind. Made by Alessi, the watch is not just a revolt against tradition. Shaped like a dashed line, the wall clock says that time has no circular continuity of a straight line but that of a labyrinth.
Time2bee is a fun timepiece for a nursery. Bright and hexagonal in shape, this wall clock comes with a little bee, gently attached to the minute hand, reminding us of the preciousness and value of time.
To turn time into an aesthetic experience, designer Giovanni Levanti Mozia designed various wall clocks in bright colors with contrasting clock hands. Her simple design is impressive.
“Bright but minimalist” seems to be the motto of modern wall clock designs. Take Clock25 from Sabrina Fossi Design, for example. With a double-colored dial, this wall clock accentuates only two numbers, so that the Uhraussehen remains clean and bright.
Another fascinating wall clock by Gorjup Design is the so-called “RoundSquare”. The clock is made of several layers of plywood and is more like a cake. Each of the 11 laser cut layers takes a square shape as the previous one, so that the top layer ends up as a small rounded square.
This is the Botanica wall clock, which is generously decorated with ornaments from the traditional wall design. But it looks remarkably complicated and surprisingly versatile. It should be emphasized that this wall clock is handmade. It would fit well in any interior, from traditional to contemporary style.
Made from Baltic birch plywood and genuine Norwegian reindeer moss, this Noktuku watch is a real designer element that will most likely make your own walls. Two kilograms of moss is needed to create such a clock, but the good news is that once used, the moss does not require irrigation or additional care. Is not that super cool?
Finally comes a kitchen clock that makes a statement. It was designed by Lithe in Studio Ve and could be compared to a rolling dough ball. But her dramatic pointers are the main actors here. Super long and very elegant, these are designed and would decorate any watch design well.
The best is coming in the end! If you want to add a strong dose of modern aesthetics to your decor, here are some great designs. The petal clock by George Nelson is not only elegant, it is also quite extraordinary. A stylish floral-like look adorned with bronze details looks extremely designed and even unlike any modernist watch we’ve ever seen.
But she looks so beautiful, right?