The wall clock is a decorative item that can be integrated and harmonious with the decor and the colors of the room, but it can also be an object that completely detaches from the rest to make the wall Central point of the environment. The Alessi watch collection is extensive thanks to the collaboration with many designers of different arts and styles.

 

WALL CLOCK OF ALESSI IN BAMBOO WOOD

Designed by Michele De Lucchi, Raggiante is an handcrafted clock, created inspired by the sun as the engine and point of reference of our days. The Roman numerals identify the hours and the orange hands rotate harmoniously on the radiant space of this clock, consisting of twenty-four beams of bamboo wood.

 

ARRIS WALL CLOCK IN STAINLESS STEEL

The essential is enclosed in Arris, the wall clock that deletes numbers and signs to leave room for the concept of infinity that identifies time. The slightly convex shape is given by the vertical edge leaving from the center to the outside at twelve o'clock. Steel is the material used by Adam Comish for this glossy chrome-plated watch with red hands or painted black with white hands.

 

ALESSI BLANK WALL CLOCK 

Space for fantasy! Phrases, drawings, and why not, the shopping list, on the Blank Wall Clock aluminum watch designed by Marty Guixé. An all-new way to conceive the clock becomes a space that allows you to communicate with others or shape your own ideas. The same watch for everyone but different for content that also becomes an original gift idea! The ticket does not matter, it is the clock itself, the best way to write the dedication!

  

STAINLESS STEEL INFINITY WALL CLOCK

From the center hexagonal edges, six curves leave, creating a smooth and infinite movement thanks to the half-moon shape. Abi Alice started from the geometry of the shapes to create a sculptural and minimalist clock that recalls the uninterrupted flow of time. In colored steel with white epoxy resin, the watch is suitable for all office or office environments.

 

STAINLESS STEEL COMTOISE WALL CLOCK

Comtoise is a type of pendulum clock built in France since the late 17th century and Studio Job reinterprets the model with a colorful, modern and dynamic style typical of the two Smeets and Tynagel artists. Classical elements such as numbers and hands are framed by neo-baroque illustrations that recall a rich and expressive symbolism. The Comtoise wall clock will hardly go unnoticed!

 

WALTER WAYLE II OF ALESSI

The second edition of the watch designed by Philippe Starck in 1990. An essential and elegant design watch made up of two gray ABS hands. This watch has become a part of MoMa's permanent collection; An extra reason to have it at home!