Le Corbusier Homage Clock Expands as Time Passes

Le Corbusier Homage Clock Expands as Time Passes

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Gregory Han
May 28, 2010

The "Corb Clock", as named and designed by San Francisco student designer Karl Picha, is a conceptual nod to design icon, Le Corbusier and his universal proportion system, the Modulor system. As time passes, the clock slowly expands and opens up to reveal colourful imagery hidden inside the white acrylic housing. More sculpture than easy to read timepiece, the "Corb Clock" is still an interesting idea of spatially telling time...sort of a modernist's cuckoo clock. More photos below.

Check out more of Karl Picha's works here.

[via The Design Blog]

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