The QLOCKTWO Story
In 2009, marketing and design firm Biegert & Funk launched the QLOCKTWO clock, in table and wall versions. This piece has since become the "face" of QLOCKTWO Inc., which is now dedicated to this award-winning design.Read More
Why We Love QLOCKTWO Clocks
The QLOCKTWO clock is also something the founders themselves would want, making it a real labor of love. They design and make their clocks in-house in southern Germany, so you know you're getting exceptional quality and engineering in each and every one.
A Fun Fact About QLOCKTWO
There is a Qlockone. It's called the human clock, and is available as an app. It was created by filming 24 people in a meadow who, every minute, would move 24 benches into digital-looking time displays. It was filmed over 24 hours in real time, with no cuts.
Noteworthy Products From QLOCKTWO
The modern clocks in the QLOCKTWO collection are truly outstanding feats of engineering. Their square clock faces feature a matrix of letters that, when strategically illuminated from within by LEDs, tell the time in words. The collection has earned a number of international accolades, including the 2019 reddot design award.
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Simple yet strikingly fancy. Nomon’s Barcelona Wall Clock features beautiful clean lines that are handmade to perfection. The large double circle is made from sleek black fiberglass with the small centered box being made from walnut wood. Delicate hands are ...
The Bari Sahara Wall Clock by Nomon brings an organic quality to modern spaces. A design from Andres Martinez, its rounded face is constructed from marble with a beveled edge to add dimensionality. Polished brass and walnut wood hands bring ...
The Doble Wall Clock by Nomon elegantly combines minimalistic style with industrial elements for a striking decorative wall piece. Designed by José María Reina, this striking fixture boasts a dual frame, with steel clock machinery and wood hands adding a ...
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 ...