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NeXtime asked Erwin Klijn to design a wall clock inspired by Frank Lloyd Wrights’ famous stained glass panels. “I like to think of this design as a modern interpretation of Frank Lloyd Wrights’ colourful patterns, which he designed for the Coonley Playhouse in 1911/1912.”

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MaterialGlass
Dimensions430 x 430 x 35 mm

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Frank - Wall Clock - Time&Light Nextime

Frank - Wall Clock - Time&Light Nextime

NeXtime asked Erwin Klijn to design a wall clock inspired by Frank Lloyd Wrights’ famous stained glass panels. “I like to think of this design as a modern interpretation of Frank Lloyd Wrights’ colourful patterns, which he designed for the Coonley Playhouse in 1911/1912.”

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TIME & LIGHT Series
A very special category, combining time with light. We even created a special light unit that fits almost any wall clock. With this light unit, you can turn every clock into a special piece of art. Simply hang the light unit on your wall and put your clock over it. No need for extra attachments or special tools. Your clock will get a nice glow and with every clock you will get different effects and looks. At the same time the area will be lighted, so there is no use for an extra lamp at your wall, you will have two items for the price of one.

Nextime! We want to make clocks that are so outstanding that they enrich your life and bring a smile on your face every time you look at them. We enjoy designing, making and be proud of our own creativities, be a part of everyone’s valuable moments!

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Frank - Wall Clock - Time&Light Nextime

Frank - Wall Clock - Time&Light Nextime

NeXtime asked Erwin Klijn to design a wall clock inspired by Frank Lloyd Wrights’ famous stained glass panels. “I like to think of this design as a modern interpretation of Frank Lloyd Wrights’ colourful patterns, which he designed for the Coonley Playhouse in 1911/1912.”

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