Designed by the esteemed Arne Jacobsen in 1939, the Station Wall Clock effortlessly weaves the essence of timeless Danish design with functional simplicity. Originally conceptualized for H.J. Hansen, the then manager of Lauritz Knudsen, this piece captures Jacobsen’s architectural prowess and aesthetic vision.
The Station Wall Clock boasts a black aluminum case that subtly enhances its sleek, minimalist form. Its concave dial, a signature of the Station series, draws in the viewer’s eye, creating a focal point that is both pleasing and practical. This dial is protected under a double convex mineral glass lens, which adds a layer of durability while preserving the clarity and legibility of the time display.
Designer: Arne Jacobsen
Arne Jacobsen (1902-1971) was a leading architect and designer, best known for his modernistic architecture and iconic chair designs. Born in Copenhagen, he studied at the prestigious Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, graduating in 1927. While still a student, he won his first award for a chair design, a silver medal at the Paris Art Deco fair. In 1930, he opened his own studio, starting a prolific career that would ultimately influence generati...
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