Lemnos

Edge Clock

design : Shin Azumi, Tomoko Azumi

An aluminum clock designed by Shin and Tomoko AZUMI playing active based in London. The clock is characterized the rich quality by a built-in molding of aluminum designed to be simple and powerful.
A sharp impression is given, harmonized completely with the texture of the aluminum and the index which is polished carefully. Since its release in 2001, the Edge Clock enjoyed stable popularity and has been featured by JIDA design museum selection vol. 17, and became highly valued. 15 years after the release, we have reconsidered color variations to make the product more attractive and black color was added.

 

JIDA Design Museum Selection vol.17, Selected Product (Japan)

Edge Clock

AZ-0115 AL
aluminum

AZ-0115 WH
white

AZ-0115 BK
black

AZ-0116 AL
aluminum

AZ-0116 WH
white

AZ-0116 BK
black

AZ-0115

Size
φ350 × d55mm
Weight
1,510g
Material
Aluminum
Specification
Sweep Second

AZ-0116

Size
φ180 × d40mm
Weight
530g
Material
Aluminum
Specification
Sweep Second / With Stand

Shin Azumi

Product designer, born in 1965 in Kobe, Japan. He graduated from Kyoto City University of Arts in 1989. In 1994, he took an M.A. in Industrial Design at the Royal College of Art, UK. He worked at design unit “AZUMI” for 10 years from 1995. In 2005, he established the “a studio” design office and has worked with international companies, focusing on the design of products and furniture. Many of his award-winning designs can be found in museums around the world. Professor at HOSEI University. Visiting professor at KOBE Design University.

Tomoko Azumi

Born in Hiroshima, 1966. In 1989, she graduated from the Department of Environmental Design at Kyoto City University of Arts. After working at an architect’s office in Tokyo, she moved to London in 1992 to study Furniture Design at the Royal College of Art, graduating in 1995. She then began work at design unit “AZUMI”. In 2005, she established “t.n.a. Design Studio”. With a focus on furniture, she has designed lighting, jewelry, shop interiors, and the spatial composition of exhibitions. From 2007 to 2012, she served as a juror for the Good Design Award.