Pio Manzu: Alessi Cronotime Mod Space Age Desk Clock
Alessi Cronotime Clock 01B Mod Space Age Desk Clock 1966 (Black with White Dial). Alessi Modern Cronotime Clocks. The Alessi Cronotime desk clock is a classic icon of modern space age design.
It is unique, beautiful and functional! The Cronotime clock was designed by Pio Manzu for Ritz-Italora in 1966.
It was re-issued by Alessi from Italy.
A tubular design in ABS plastic and a big, bold face to tell you the time.
The perfect little desk clock for the home office or office desk.
The Alessi Cronotime Mod Space Age Desk Clock is available with free shipping.
Pio Manzu was born in Bergamo Italy in 1939, son of the sculptor Giacomo, he studied at the Hochschule fur Gestaltung in Ulm.
In 1962 together with Michael Conrad, he won the competition held by Revue Automobile for a new concept of coupe to be applied on the Austin Healey 100 chassis.
In 1968 he entered the Centro Stile FIAT as consultant, devoting himself with the study of small sized cars.
He designed the Cronotime clock for Alessi in Italy, which is a neo-retro style desk clock.
Size: 3.2" height x 2.7" diameter
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