George Nelson's Inspired Block Clock

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George Nelson Inspired Ball Clock

George Nelson’s designer clocks embody the life and quirks of the rise of Modernism in the 1950s. To this day, his designs are a superb alternative to the regular, dull products that often circulate.

The Ball clock is another classic design icon of the 20th century, other clocks by this designer include the Blue Block Clock and the Starburst Clock. Each ball represents one hour on the clock so this piece is not only functional but stylish. 

Nelson studied Architecture and Fine Art before moving to Europe where he found himself in the company of now well-known Modernist pioneers including Charles and Ray Eames, Miles Van Der Rohe, Le Corbusier.

He became quite the expert on deign Modernism as both a Writer, A critic, and a Designer. 

 

George Nelson Inspired Blue Block Clock

George Nelson’s designer clocks embody the life and quirks of the rise of Modernism in the 1950s. To this day, his designs are a superb alternative to the regular, dull products that often circulate.

The Blue Block clock is another classic design icon of the 20th century, other clocks by this designer include the Starburst Clock and the Ball Clock. Each block represents one hour on the clock so this piece is not only functional but stylish. 

Nelson studied Architecture and Fine Art before moving to Europe where he found himself in the company of now well-known Modernist pioneers including Charles and Ray Eames, Miles Van Der Rohe, Le Corbusier.

He became quite the expert on deign Modernism as both a Writer, A critic, and a Designer. 

 

George Nelson Inspired Starburst Clock

George Nelson’s designer clocks embody the life and quirks of the rise of Modernism in the 1950s. To this day, his designs are a superb alternative to the regular, dull products that often circulate.

The Starburst clock is another classic design icon of the 20th century, other clocks by this designer include the Blue Block Clock and the Ball Clock. Each 'burst' of a different colour represents one hour on the clock so this piece is not only functional but stylish. 

Nelson studied Architecture and Fine Art before moving to Europe where he found himself in the company of now well-known Modernist pioneers including Charles and Ray Eames, Miles Van Der Rohe, Le Corbusier.

He became quite the expert on deign Modernism as both a Writer, A critic, and a Designer.