Sign of the Times.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

This circular, gardenlike curiosity is, believe it or not, a clock — constructed by Japanese design firm Bril, it's made to reflect the passage of a year with cedar leaves that turn from green to brown over the course of 52 weeks. It has no numbers, no battery, no ticking heartbeat. As designer Fumiaki Goto tells Dezeen, "We could feel the seasons in our homes as if we were in forests."


 Visit Bril's website, here. Thanks, Co.Design.

9 comments:

cary said...

Brilliant!- maybe this is where their firm name came from. Their web site, facebook page both wonderful. What a wonderful creative minds they have. Thanks tons for sharing!

Madeleine said...

So excellent.

girlseeksplace said...

This is most excellent.

Kathy said...

The creativity and thoughtfulness of human beings never cease to amaze me. Thanks so much for sharing this!

burntfeather said...

Isn't this super pretty - I love anything that brings the outdoors in :)

Anonymous said...

love this!

Shoko said...

"Excellent" and "most excellent" - couldn't have said it better myself!

Ione said...

amazing idea!!

sw said...

This is most definitely one of my favourites. So simple, yet so significant. What a beautiful concept :)

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