Water Clock


Curator: Do we need another clock? yes, if it calms instead of hurry us.

A minimal clock where the user can use any plate and glass of their choice. The balls float on the water to display the time. It consists of a ceramic base topped with a pair of magnetic spheres. Underneath the ceramic surface of the base is a pair of powerful magnets. The “hands” of the clock are in the shape of two small orbs. The orbs are magnetic and buoyant, so if you fill up a glass with water, they actually float to the surface and then move in a circular path to tell the current time.

Design: kouichi okamoto
Ceramic work: daniel jo
Material : ceramic & polypropylene magnets
Size : W20cm x D20cm x H5cm
Weight : 1.5kg

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