Arne Jacobsen Stone Blue City Hall Table Alarm Clock
Based on the original drawings of internationally acclaimed architect Arne Jacobsen, Rosendahl brings these Danish classics back to life for a new generation of design lovers. The Station Clock was originally created in 1941 as a universal clock for electrical goods manufacturer Lauritz Knudsen who was seeking a design which could be adapted to all kinds of buildings, including stations. Now hailed as a classic design, the Station Clock has lost nothing of its original, charm with its clean, simple display, but has been updated for the contemporary home with a number of useful features including alarm function with snooze and LED with light sensor making it ideal for the bedside.
Size: Height 12 x Depth 6.7 cm x Diameter 11 cm Material: ABS, Glass and Stainless Steel Takes 2 x AA Batteries, Not included