Cone Clock, 2006

What’s the relationship between objects and space? And between space and time? What if an object changed its position during the day, would it become a clock? 
Designed as a personal object, Cone Clock is a clock consisting in nothing but the “hours hand” which also indicates the minutes when rotating around itself. Any table, floor or flat surface becomes the face. The numbers are set by the user, who decides which objects to use as his personal points of reference. Notes or objects can be placed at specific points to make us think about what we have to do as a sort of daily agenda.Ink

Nowhere/Now/Here
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2008
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2009

Investigating new lines of enquiry in contemporary design

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