Ball Clock

by Vitra

An embodiment of George Nelson 1950s American classic, a quirky piece is realised through the diversity of modern materials
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Product Story

Determined to bring modern design into everyday American homes, George Nelson's clock designs embody the joie de vivre of the 1950s. With a diversity of modern materials and sculptural shapes, to this day the quirky look of the Ball clock remains a refreshing alternative to the run-of-the-mill timekeepers.
  • Iconic design from George Nelson
  • Playful piece from the 1950's
  • Encapsulating bold style of the mid-century era
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Specifications

Dimensions

Diameter 33cm

Materials & Information

  • Solid wood and brass

  • A 1.5 volt AA battery is included

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A Heal’s Parcel delivery

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Designed By George Nelson

Together with Charles & Ray Eames, George Nelson was one of the founding fathers of American modernism. Born in Hartford Connecticut in 1908, Nelson was part of a generation of architects who revolutionised product, graphic and interior design transforming everyday objects into works of art.