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Ipno ‘rocking’ clock by Alessandro Zambelli

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by Allison last modified Sep 05, 2013

The Ipno ‘rocking’ clock by Alessandro Zambelli for Diamantini & Domeniconi is named after the Greek mythology character god Hypnos or Ipno, son of night. In a hypnotic rhythm the bottom glides back and forth, back and forth as result of the pendulum within which moves the entire clock. The body is made out of birch, walnut [...]




 

 

The Ipno ‘rocking’ clock by Alessandro Zambelli for Diamantini & Domeniconi is named after the Greek mythology character god Hypnos or Ipno, son of night. In a hypnotic rhythm the bottom glides back and forth, back and forth as result of the pendulum within which moves the entire clock. The body is made out of birch, walnut or mahogany available in either a natural finish or painted soft colors. Waiting for the hours to slip into sleepy time, it’s a clever design ending the day with a rock-a-bye. Showing at the Maison et Objet in Paris from September 6-10.


 

 

 
 
 

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