Arne Jacobsen's City Hall table clock was originally designed for Rødovre Town Hall in 1956. What makes the City Hall clock so popular is its universal expression, which is why it was obvious for Rosendahl to make a table clock version of it.
As well as adding a decorative touch anywhere in a home, the storm blue clock also has all the necessary alarm-clock features, such as alarm, snooze and light. Thanks to a sensor, you can activate both light and snooze by a slight movement of the hand above the clock.
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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.
|Dimensions||Ø 11 x W 11.3 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.|