Eye Wall Clock
by Vitra

$ $545.00 + Free Shipping

Eye Wall Clock

by Vitra
SKU# 200
$ $545.00 + Free Shipping

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    Eye Wall Clock

    The Eye clock is a hauntingly beautiful design of brass on a walnut frame. Designed by George Nelson in the late 1950's during a huge U.S. economic boom. Nelson's vision was to bring modern lasting design into common aspects of the home. Many of his clock designs were manufactured into the 70's and still are refreshing additions to any room in the house.

    Vitra History

    “Sustainability is just like morals: one should live by them and not just talk about them. Our roots in modern design make the first step easy: we make products that avoid the superfluous and last for a very long time.”
    — Rolf Fehlbaum, Chairman of Vitra

    The Vitra Company is a Swiss manufacturer of designer furniture originally founded in Weil am Rhein, Germany, in 1950 by Willi Fehlbaum, the owner of a furniture shop in nearby Basel, Switzerland. In the 1950s, Vitra acquired licenses for the iconic designs of Charles and Ray Eames (e.g., the Eames Lounge chair and ottoman) and George Nelson (e.g., the Nelson Ball Clock), and has since been the European retailer of the works of many internationally renowned contemporary furniture designers such as Philippe Starck, Borek Sipek, Mario Bellini, Glen Oliver Low, Verner Panton, Antonio Citterio, Frank Gehry and many more.

    With a stated goal of making designer goods more accessible to the general public, Vitra's product line consists of a wide range of designer furniture and the company's own designs for use in offices, homes and public areas. Never afraid to experiment with new and bold ideas, Vitra celebrated the 50th anniversary this year of the Panton chair by Danish designer Verner Panton . Not only was this cantilevered, stacking chair Vitra

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