the lithe clock by studiove the lithe clock by studiove
dec 25, 2012

the lithe clock by studiove

‘the lithe clock’ by studiove

 

 

tel-aviv-based studiove has designed a wall mounted clock with hands longer than an arm, but yet thin and subtle. the flexion of the steel gives the indicator a surprising vibrancy. placed on a delicate ceramic base, the piece brings out an elegant appearance of time. the ‘lithe clock’ presents a new appearance of time – with a smooth and soft flow it resembles a dance – as they rise and wilt, turn and bend.

 

‘the lithe clock’ is now seeking funding on kickstarter.

 

 

lithe clock context

 

 

extending arm

 

 

motion context

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

hand detail

 

 

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  • which end of the hands indicates the time?

    The shorter ends with the counter weights is bigger visually and easier to read.

    But the long ends are more dramatic and yet harder to read.

    Since there are two hands, I assume one is the hour and one the minute. Why no second hand?

    JJ says:
  • This is wonderful. I would make space for this. Kudos.

    Jim

    JimCan says:
  • I would like to have one! How can I have it???

    havbar says:

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