Lemnos

cube

design : Tomoko Azumi

We wanted to make a clock that helps release the strain and enables us to feel nature, just a little, whenever we look at it. The clock has a design theme of embracing the warmth that inorganic industrial products do not have. We designed the clock as a daily tool that itself suggests the passing of time by conveying the feeling of the soft parts of the tree becoming thin after the grain of the wood has been cut for a while.

cube

AZ10-17 WH
white

AZ10-17 GY
gray

AZ10-17

Size
w108 × h108 × d118mm
Weight
660g
Material
Aluminum

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.

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