OCLOCK: Not a Subtle Gadget

OCLOCK: Not a Subtle Gadget

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Taryn Williford
Sep 12, 2008

AT has always stressed the importance of scale when you're decorating a room. But sometimes, it's fun to play with scale, and the consensus at AT is that one large piece can act as a BFG (big friendly giant) and bring a room together. If you're looking for your one large piece, check out this oversized clock. (And we mean BIG: The photo above is not an optical illusion.)

The OCLOCK, from architect Anthony Duffeleer, is an enormous and somehow lightweight clock manufactured by rotation casting. Plastic powder takes the space of the mold it is poured into and rotated around.

This clock's shape is organic, yet simple, and could fit in with many styles—that is, as long as you've got the room.

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