Rosendahl's elegant Station Table Clock by Arne Jacobsen was originally designed back in 1939 when Arne Jacobsen designed a home for electricity company CEO Lauritz Knudsen.
The attractive green/white clock with matt brass pedestal stands 11 cm tall and has a snooze function as well as a light sensor, so this clock is ideal for use as an alarm clock in the bedroom.
The design is stylish, with clean lines and a simple look that will grace any contemporary home.
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ARNE JACOBSEN CLOCKS - WORLD RENOWNED DANISH DESIGN
The internationally renowned Danish architect Arne Jacobsen originally designed three wall clocks for three important buildings in Denmark. ROMAN for Aarhus Town Hall (1942), CITY HALL for Rødovre Town Hall (1956) and BANKERS for the National Bank of Denmark (1971).
After several years in exile with foreign manufacturers, the master architect’s design classics have returned – and Rosendahl now owns the rights to these clocks - produced on the basis of Arne Jacobsen’s original drawings.
|Colourway||Green / white|
|Dimensions||Ø 11 x H 12 x D 6.7 cm|
|Material||Plexiglass face, ABS plastic case|
|Note||Alarm function. Light and snooze sensor. 2 x AA batteries required. Sold without batteries.|