Tick Tock Wooden Clock by Charlotte Ackemar
by Harry / March 16, 2013
Charlotte Ackemar reduced the archetypical grandfather clock to simple geometrical forms and lines for Tick Tock, her award winning plywood timepiece.


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Winner of 2012 Muuto Talent award, "The unambiguous shape and the significant Scandinavian traits in material give Tick Tock, Wooden Clock a very distinct personality." says Muuto Director Kristian Byrge.

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Says Ackemar, "Tick tock wooden clock is a transformation of the grandfather clock. By breaking down the clock to geometrical forms and lines and bringing in the movement of the pendulum into the shape a new aesthetic language is created, placing it within a contemporary context."

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Tick Tock is made of thin birch plywood supported by a wooden structure. More at Charlotte Ackemar. Via MOCO Submit.

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