Sam Hecht acknowledges the modern condition of a mass movement of people between countries and time zones through the design of the Two Timer clock. Here, two clocks share the same face. The shape of the (formally atypical) clock face is stretched to accommodate the two timepieces as if a finger has stretched a round clock to form a newly functional corner.
Two quartz movements, with a carefully devised dial, are housed in a plastic frame. Two Timer is available in two sizes. The clock will sit well in the home, the office, the hospital, the hotel, the airline lounge, or the foyer of a financial building.
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 6 October, 2011