The Nomon Story
From the modernist-inspired city of Barcelona, Nomon creates innovative modern clocks and furniture with a luxurious aesthetic. Designer José María Reina belongs to a generation that brought Barcelona to the forefront of industrial design. His work in furniture and jewelry design fused together to create clocks that are more than just timepieces; Says Reina: "It is our goal to give the clock back its prestige and distinction as a decorative element."Read More
Why We Love Nomon Products
High-quality craftsmanship, exquisite materials and the Barcelona design pedigree put Nomon clocks and furniture in a higher echelon of luxury design studios. The sleek, minimalist aesthetic that suffuses the entire line with elegance also focuses the beholder on each piece’s functionality. The result is an uninterrupted experience with each product, whether admiring the piece as a focal point or just checking the time. With their latest additions of home furniture and furnishings, Nomon imparts the same luxury and utility we love about their clocks into uncommonly beautiful, handcrafted items for everyday use.
A Fun Fact About Nomon
Designer José María Reina has long considered clocks as jewelry for the home; items of furniture that mark the passing of time. Of his choice of materials, he said, “whatever material, as unusual as it may appear to be, has the possibility to look exquisite if it is treated with criteria and objectivity at the moment the piece is produced.”
Noteworthy Products From Nomon
One of their best-loved designs, Nomon’s Bilbao Wall Clock is a deceptively simple design that embodies a signature mid-century modern aesthetic. The clock floats on a hook away from the wall, preserving a lightweight, airy feel that complements both vintage and contemporary interiors. And the Peonza Spinning Top recalls a childhood favorite with its sculptural silhouette, designed from natural walnut and ash woods with a mirror on one side to bring home a touch of playful happiness.
The Atomo Wall Clock from Nomon tells time with its elegant face while exuding timelessness in its refined shapes and rich materials. Creator Andres Martinez's pieces reflect his constant search for authentic, serene, and enduring luxury. Martinez wipes the numbers ...
A sensible, elegant display perfect for the modern home. The Eslabon Walnut Wall Clock by Nomon is characterized by its pendulum-like suspension. This fixture hangs from a thin wire, with a slender steel ring forming a hook frame. The clock ...
Originally designed in 1965 by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni for the "La Casa Abitata" exhibition at the Palazzo Strozzi in Florence, the Alessi Firenze Wall Clock wasn't produced by Alessi until 1996. With its petite, round form and oversized ...
In the Sicily of his childhood, designer Mario Trimarchi recalls the "la stanza dello scirocco" found in large old country houses by people seeking shelter from strong winds. It was a still, magical place at the center of noise and ...