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Postmodern Wall Clock by Natalie du Pasquier and George Sowden for Neos, Italy, 1988

3,200.00
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Postmodern Wall Clock by Natalie du Pasquier and George Sowden for Neos, Italy, 1988

3,200.00

Postmodern wall clock designed by the Memphis Group founding members and couple, George Sowden and Nathalie du Pasquier. Expert use of contrasted colors. Yellow, orange and brown marble effect on frame, blue green and orange face with orange and white hands.

The Neos clocks designed by the Memphis Group’s power couple are now exemplary of what can be done at best in postmodern time pieces. All of their clocks have been highly influential.

Dimensions

H 1.63 in. x Dm 13.5 in.

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"The key aspect of the entire series, designed by George J. Sowden and Nathalie du Pasquier, is the search for an 'industrial' time. Neos collection reflects the very latest trends in neo-modern design and its power of expression goes beyond any purely functional concept, giving the watch an intensely decorative role. They come in different variants, leaving room for personal choice, but they are most of all an example of flexible industrialization, an alternative to anonymous and mass production. The production includes wrist watches, table clocks, and wall clocks." Master Horloger 2009.

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Postmodern wall clock designed by the Memphis Group founding members and couple, George Sowden and Nathalie du Pasquier. Expert use of contrasted colors. Yellow, orange and brown marble effect on frame, blue green and orange face with orange and white hands.

The Neos clocks designed by the Memphis Group’s power couple are now exemplary of what can be done at best in postmodern time pieces. All of their clocks have been highly influential.

Dimensions

H 1.63 in. x Dm 13.5 in.

Inquire

International shipping available, inquire for quote. 

"The key aspect of the entire series, designed by George J. Sowden and Nathalie du Pasquier, is the search for an 'industrial' time. Neos collection reflects the very latest trends in neo-modern design and its power of expression goes beyond any purely functional concept, giving the watch an intensely decorative role. They come in different variants, leaving room for personal choice, but they are most of all an example of flexible industrialization, an alternative to anonymous and mass production. The production includes wrist watches, table clocks, and wall clocks." Master Horloger 2009.