Popsicle Clock

by Vitra

George Nelson defined mid-century modern design with his home accessories.
£835 £709
In Stock normally despatched in 1-3 working days only 1 left.

Product Story

Nelson developed his collection during the booming era that was 1950s America; a time of rapid economic prosperity where people strove to be 'modern'. With the aim of bringing forward-thinking design into people's homes, Nelson developed a legendary collection of clocks, lamps and other domestic accessories that have stood the test of time and now define mid-century modern design. The clock's diverse shape, made up from a structure of flat walnut rods, resembling as the name suggests, popsicle sticks, creates a true centrepiece and a defining focal point in a room.
  • Designed by George Nelson

  • Flat Walnut rods with white powder-coated metal hands

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Height 35cm

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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.