by: Leff Amsterdam
Richard Hutten is classified among the most internationally successful designers of the Netherlands, and for that reason his name is often associated with the concept of Dutch Design. Richard Hutten: “I’m very keen on objects that are not limited to one function. The inverse is a mirror/clock hybrid that has more to it than meets the eye. The clock face is formed by the see-through shape in the mirror, which also creates a window that reveals the hands. By turning the dial, the 12 position of the clock can be changed. A clever feature that gives you the possiblity to hang the clock horizontally or vertically or make it lean casually against the wall. The warmth of solid oak stands in contrast to the cold appearance of the mirror, making this object suitable for any space.”
Dimensions (cm): 180 (h) x 50 (w) x 5.5 (d)
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