Vitra Polygon Clock
This Polygon Clock from Vitra was designed in 1961 by George Nelson. As with all George Nelson clocks the Wheel was designed at a time when everyone wanted to be modern and everything seemed possible after the Festival of Britain.
Each a design classic George Nelson Clocks look as modern today as they did when they were initially launched and have been copied many times - a testament to their success.
The Polygon Clock is a large wall clock made from lacquered walnut. It was re-introduced by Vitra in 2010.
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George Nelson was born in Connecticut in 1904 and went on to study architecture at Yale University, where he graduated in 1928. Nelson was one of the founders of the modernist architecture movement of the forties along with, Eliot Noyes, Charles Eames and Walter B. Ford - all of which he would later collaborate with. He became a highly regarded critic, author and commentator on design issues as well as his own exceptional creative talent. His Storagewall shelf system revolutionised the office environment and excited manufacturers Herman Miller who appointed Nelson as the company's design director from 1945-1965. Nelson also created other iconic designs including the Marshmallow Sofa and the Coconut Chair as well as a series of desk and wall clocks and series of Bubble Lamps for Herman Miller, now distributed by Hay. He died in 1986 but his memory still lives on as Vitra still manufacture his most iconic pieces under licence.
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