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Fri 9.10.

‘Warp Wall Clocks’ by Purewhyte

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 09.10.2009 - Tagged as: , , , ,

'Warp Wall Clock' by Purewhyte

'Warp Wall Clock' by Purewhyte, photo by Alison Tanner

During this year’s London Design Festival the British designer Kirsty Whyte presented her first collection of objects and furniture under the label ‘Purewhyte’ at the Portobello Dock. Amongst others this family of wall clocks made from spunn aluminium.

'Warp Wall Clocks' by Purewhyte

'Warp Wall Clocks' by Purewhyte, photo by Alison Tanner

“I wanted to create a small cluster of clocks that are not just flat to the wall, like so many others, I wanted to explore the third dimension and have them protruding out, playing with space”, Kirsty Whyte explains.

Both sizes are currently available in two finished natural polished aluminium and anodized dark gold. Purewhyte is planning to extend the range with a medium clock and a black anodized finish.

'Warp Wall Clock' by Purewhyte

'Warp Wall Clock' by Purewhyte, photo by Alison Tanner

to the Purewhyte website

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