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In school, there was nothing more imprisoning (or, in turn, liberating) than the classroom clock As adults, we have the luxury of shunning them at home, blissfully ignoring a dreary world of deadlines and preferring to give it all up to overachieving smartphones. Spanish studio Nomon has stepped in just as clocks have been disappearing from bedside tables and kitchens Industrial designer José María Reina and jewelry designer Ángels Arrufat started the company with the lofty goal of restoring certain faded reputations and reviving the time-keeper’s prestige (a la every watch featured by Robb Report) but for the home Nomon handcrafts each piece in Barcelona with requisite artisan techniques while the mechanical components are from Germany.
The studio uses materials more commonly associated with furniture—woods like wenge and walnut for the body, minimal brass details, and simple graphite finishes Under Reina’s creative direction, Nomon’s signature style is contemporary to the point of . Source
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