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Pendulum clock Mantel clock

€189.00

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Pendulum clock Mantel clock

€189.00

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  • Pendulum clock in maple-veneered wood. Quartz movement.

    Height (cm):  24.00
    Length (cm):  16.00
    Width (cm):  6.00
Design Michael Graves
  • Michael Graves

    Born in Indianapolis, he teaches architecture in Princeton since 1962. His architectural works include the Portland Building and the Humana Building, the extension of the Whitney Museum of American......

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    Michael Graves
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A clock as a work of architecture, Mantel clock.
Mantel clock
Mantel clock has been created by Michael Graves. A small, domestic work of architecture in wood, the Mantel clock is made entirely by hand and fascinates with its many construction details. The designer investigated the long tradition of conceiving objects in terms of architecture, as if they were miniature architectural creations.