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Wall Clocks – Turbine Clock
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    Wall Clocks – Turbine Clock by
    Cube Gallery

    With his collection of Wall Clocks (1949-1960), George Nelson conceived a wide array of timepieces, many of which have since become icons of 1950s design.

    Material description
    Materials: various types of wood and metal.
    Product contents: high-quality quartz clock movement, 1.5 volt battery included.
    Origin of wood: all wood types from Poland, except the Fan Clock: American cherry (Prunus serotina) from USA.

    About Cube Gallery


    Founded in 2012, CUBE offers clients a turnkey design consultancy service, with an emphasis on project management, spatial design, interior decorating and lighting design. Our team works independently with private walk-in clients as well as with acclaimed architectural and design firms. Since establishment we have successfully completed projects for esteemed international brands.

    Our design services and innovative product solutions allow us to offer practical, technically advanced and aesthetically beautiful solutions for a wide range of applications. We offer services in residential, office, outdoor and public spaces, as well as within hospitality and health sectors.

    A visit to our showroom in Hyde Park is a feast for the eyes with Vitra, Artemide, Artek, Gandia Blasco and GAN products presented and curated in narratives that allow guests to discover and experience the beauty and ergonomics of each piece of design furniture and lighting.

    These products have been developed by award-winning international designers and architects, with many products having become classics, recognised and displayed world-wide by museums and institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art (New York).

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