Minimalist Tectonic Clock That Shows Time With Shadows

Sunday, March 5th, 2017 - Clocks
Tectonic clock is a philosophical piece that shows time in shadows

Tectonic clock is a philosophical piece that shows time in shadows

Love minimalist and futuristic design? I’ve got an eye-candy for you! Today we are sharing a clock that has a symbolic design: time that is seen in shadows behind us.

The Tectonic Clock by Andreas Vang takes a new approach to the classic clock by putting a dynamic layer of keys on top of the clock’s hands. Time can hereby both be felt and seen as shadows on the watch’s surface. Each passing hour and minute is represented by a shift in the surface.

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The Tectonic Clock’s simple and geometric shape gives it a sense of unity and places it as a natural continuation in the Scandinavian design tradition. Free of frill, this minimalistic timepiece offers an entirely new twist in telling the time that can be both seen and felt! Such a cool piece will decorate any plain wall and perfectly fit any modern or minimalist space, and I also love the philosophical concept behind the clock: it’s always good when there’s something thought over in the design.

Here's how the clock works and what it contains, pretty interesting

Here’s how the clock works and what it contains, pretty interesting

Its chic minimalist design will fit any modern or minimalist interior

Its chic minimalist design will fit any modern or minimalist interior

Source: yankodesign

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