Wall Clocks

In a wide variety of materials and sculptural shapes, George Nelson clocks represent the mood of the society from the beginning of the 1950s. Today, his table and wall clocks remain a refreshing alternative to the usual timekeepers. The Vitra Design Museum again to sell a reprint of these coveted collector designs, faithful to the original.

All models are design icons, among them the Ball Clock model as described in timepiece designs perhaps one of the most recognized, has the popular story that Nelson inspired in the period of the space-age Atomic easily recognizable with its wire rod and balls/balls multicolors.
Eye Clock model is one of the most curious, done in wood and metal and with a clear eye shape, be paradoxical clock which we look when the action is always the other way round.
Find a more beautiful than the Sunflower Clock clock will be difficult. It is a large clock, 750 mm. diameter shaped sunflower and made of birch/black, truly exceptional.
George Nelson clocks created an attractive, decorative and functional focus, and best of all is that they never go out of fashion.

The Wall Clocks were designed by George Nelson in the early 1950’s, one of the most important personalities of American design. As architect, designer, organizer of exhibitions and publicist was for decades the discourse of design and architecture. Vitra is the only manufacturer authorized part of its products in Europe and Middle East and the only one to offer the security of owning an original Nelson .

George Nelson was design director of the Herman Miller, important American furniture company, with representation around the world, in that period becomes a key figure of the U.S. Design, choosing to Charles and Ray Eames, Isamu Noguchi and Alexandre Girard for this signature. This company is marketed in that market by decorative clocks wall and desktop, that are perfect for any home or office interior space.