Originally created in 1988, the award-winning HOLA clock has been reproduced to commemorate the 1988 "Kazuo Kawasaki Artificial Heart Exhibition".
In the HOLA clock, designer Kazuo Kawasaki pays homage to ancient ways to tell the time. A small indentation on the clock's face denotes the hour. Its spherical shape references the moon, sun and stars used to measure the passage of day and night.
The single hand marks the minutes and after each hour the clock face shifts, reflecting the passage of the celestial bodies across the sky. For Kawasaki, time occupies an almost god-like presence in our lives.
Finely crafted from ABS resin and glass, the HOLA clock features a step movement and a sleek, sophisticated modern style. Available in green, red or white shades to suit your décor.
Winner of the 1989 Good Design Award and the 2000 Long Life Design Award in Japan. Part of the permanent collection at the Cooper-Hewitt Museum of Art.
Designed by Kazuo Kawasaki. Made in Japan.
- Size: H200 x W200 x D37 mm
- Material: ABS resin, Glass
- Made in Japan
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