After presenting you the nicely extravagant Delay clock, it’s the more sober but as well original Qlocktwo clock I want you to discover this week.
Created by the German studio Biegert & Funk,
Qlocktwo hangs up on the wall beautifully, and can be used in the contemporaneous interiors as a true decorative object before using it as a clock.
Indeed, it has no hands and offer an original and easy (too easy ?) way to read hours, that displays written in letters on the surface.
Even if the shinning of the words that indicate time adapt automatically to external luminosity changes, it’s possible to adjust it manually.
A good point: the Qlocktwo has low energy consumption due to LED technology (less than 2 watts)…
Available in black ice, frozen blackberry, lime juice, vanilla sugar and cherry cake, this clock is ultra modern and vanguardist, but also remains sober and original with its squared shapes and its pop look.