nooka ‘zizm’ timepiece all images courtesy of nooka

new york based fashion design company nooka, headed by matthew waldman, has created the  ‘zizm’ zenH timepiece. zenH face is understood by reviewing the top two rows for current hours, while reading the third row as minutes, and the fourth, as seconds. consistent with nooka’s futuristic aesthetic philosophy, the piece deviates from the classic circular form of the wristwatch, instead opting for a square face and straps joined to the timepiece by angular metal fixtures. in order to create the ideal fit for the wearer, nooka fashions the straps from silicone– a first for this designer. the face of the timepiece is comprised of a crystal lens with a zenH display which, given its angled surface, induces a distorted view of time. the faceted pattern is consistent throughout the bands of the timepiece as well, whether sported in titanium or blue.

nooka: futuristic zizm zenH timepiece view of face and silicone wrist bands

nooka: futuristic zizm zenH timepiece close detail view of zizm timepiece face

nooka: futuristic zizm zenH timepiece vertical detail view

nooka: futuristic zizm zenH timepiece zizm contextual view