Clock for an Architect by designer Daniel Weil

Clock for an Architect by designer Daniel Weil

This masterpiece is designed by designer Daniel Weil. This elegant time machine is made up of five various elements, finished in ash and nickel-plated brass and silver. The numbers, both hours and minutes, are inscribed on the face and interior of a 9 3/4-inches diameter ring. The mechanism for setting the time connects with the central mechanism with visible rubber belts. A single AA battery provides power to the clock through visible power strips that are recessed in the assembly’s base. (Note the different screws that support the battery stand, keyed to the positive and negative poles of the power source.) And, befitting the object’s recipient, the housing for the central mechanism takes the form of, literally, a house. [pentagram]

Clock for an Architect by designer Daniel Weil


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