Arne Jacobsen: Station Table Clock with Alarm
Made by Rosendahl, imported from Denmark.
Special: $125.00 instead of $162.50
Station Table Clock by Arne Jacobsen. Featuring an elegant metal foot and white and black colors, this table clock design originally created by Arne Jacobsen in 1939 is a perfect addition to any modern home.
The world-renowned architect's table clock with alarm feature was created in 1939. Its graphic look and metal base – clearly referencing Arne Jacobsen's Ant and No. 7 chairs – make the clock an ideal gift for the design enthusiast.
The clock is perfect for any contemporary home. With its updated features, such as snooze and light sensor, it doubles as an efficient alarm clock.
The Arne Jacobsen Station desk clock is a classic icon of Scandinavian modern design.
Arne Jacobsen was one of the most expressive pioneers of functional modern design like the Swan, Egg and Ant chairs. Jacobsen was born in 1902 and lived and worked in Copenhagen. Arne Jacobsen was also a famous architect. Most of his greatest buildings are in Copenhagen and include the Bellavista Housing Estate, the Danish National Bank and the famous 1960 Radisson SAS Royal Hotel. In the Radisson SAS Royal Hotel Jacobsen's famous attention to detail encompassed every aspect of the building, right down to the cutlery and the door handles, and, as a tribute to Jacobsen, room 606 remains to this day a shrine to its designer, featuring the original furniture and fittings he created for it.
Dimensions: 4.3" dia
Material: Hardened mineral glass, metal, plastic.
Battery: 2 x standard AA batteries (not included).