Arne Jacobsen Station Alarm Clock
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Arne Jacobsen had designed a house for H.J. Hansen, who was director of Lauritz Knudsen. Hansen was so enthusiastic about Jacobsen that he encouraged him to draw a clock back in 1939. The clock, which Arne Jacobsen designed back in 1939, was presented at the Spring Exhibition at Charlottenborg. Its graphic look and metal base – clearly referencing his own Ant and No. 7 chairs – make the clock an ideal gift for the design enthusiast and perfect for any contemporary home. The table clock is updated with both alarm, snooze function, and light, which is triggered by an invisible sensor at the top of the clock. A very beautiful, simple, and classic alarm clock.
Designed by Arne Jacobsen
3" D x 4.3"
Hardened Glass, Plastic and Steel
Silent Japanese movement
Care: wipe off with dry cloth
2 AA batteries required. Batteries not included