Time is a complex phenomenon, but your clock does not have to be. This new sculptural wall clock from Stelton is designed by the German duo, Jehs & Laub. The clock’s minute arm is linked with and forms the clock face, casting an attractive shadow on the wall. Simplicity gives the clock a unique, graphical look and the absence of traditional clock casing creates the illusion of floating on the wall. The minimalistic design is clearly inspired by the icon of a clock and forms the basis of the stylish look of Stelton Times.
- Aluminum, Painted Matt Black
- Diameter: 30 cm / 11.8 inch
- Height: 3.7 cm / 1.5 inch
- Unique clock without the traditional glass-faced clock cabinet
- Minimalistic, stylish design
Surprising, innovative, best-in-class, high-quality Scandinavian design, “the brand that tickles the design gene”. Started over 50 years ago by two army friends looking to start a trading business, Niels Stellan Høm and Carton Madelaire heard about a small factory in Fårevejle, Denmark, called Danish Stainless. Stelton (a combination of their two names) began marketing a stainless gravy boat that sold like hotcakes in Danish hardware stores and was also a hit in Europe. Beginning with award-winning designs by Arne Jacobsen, perhaps Denmark’s greatest architect and designer, Stelton invited new designers to furnish innovative product ideas to appeal to a broader range of consumer tastes. Stelton products have become the epitome of Danish design.
Stelton Time Wall Clock Ø 30cm Designed by:
- Jehs & Laub , 2012
Markus Jehs and Jürgen Laub
Jehs, 1965 / Laub, 1964
Markus Jehs and Jürgen Laub studied industrial design at the University of Design Schwaebisch Gmuend, cemented their friendship during an internship in New York City and began Jehs & Laub in 1994. Their work focuses on furniture and lighting as well as interior projects, most notably Suite 606 at the Ice Hotel in Sweden. Jehs & Laub have been the recipient of numerous international design awards.
Year by year, they expanded the cooperation with international brands like Cassina, Fritz Hansen, Renz, Stelton, Davis, Schönbuch, Cor and Wilkhahn. For Mercedes-Benz they designed the master concept of the worldwide showrooms. Jehs & Laub have won many international awards - their projects being shown in numerous exhibitions. They frequently give lectures all over the world.