6 Timepieces to Spring Forward In and Out of the Home Offce

6 Timepieces to Spring Forward In and Out of the Home Offce

Gregory Han
Mar 16, 2012

Looking for a good time? Here are six ways to keep time on your side, whether you're springing forward or falling back, in the home office or out on break.

  • White & White Clock: Based on Vadim Kibardin's Black & White clock prototype, the White & White trims digital timekeeping nearly to the bone, leaving you nothing but time. Get it here: kibardindesign.com
  • Braun Alarm Clock: Dietrich Lubs' ultra-clean design is a timeless classic (yuk yuk), perfect for the workspace, nightstand or suitcase. Plus it's just so darned handsome. Get it here: museumstore.sfmoma.org
  • Nelson Wheel Clock: George Nelson, former design director for Herman Miller, created more than 150 clock designs, offering numerous ways keep an eye on the time. Get your big (or little) hands on one here: dwr.com
  • Memento Pocket Watch: Memento's first pocket timepiece is inspired by the chain and fob watches of the past, revised with modern simplicity. Encased in sandalwood or maple. Pocket one here: mementowatches.com
  • Tabla Clock: Henry Azzimonti's Tabla has a chalkboard face with a handy built-in chalk drawer. Now it can be whatever time you want it to be. Chalk it up: madeindesign.co.uk
  • Domino Clock: From the boneyard to the wall, the Domino Clock from Carbon Design Group repurposes a classic game and numbering system as a unique timepiece. Instantly familiar and completely unique. Bone up here: carbondesign.com

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