A matrix of 110 randomly arranged characters forms the basis of this table clock. Individual letters are assembled into words by illuminated surfaces to form terms that describe the time. Clear lines and the reduction to the essentials characterise the clock design in which no connecting elements are perceptible. The visible parts are attached magnetically to the smooth surfaces. The white of the letters corresponds to the body and base, creating the impression of a visual unity. Functions like snooze or night-touch can be controlled by touch or using a smartphone.
Statement by the Jury
Reduced to the essentials in an aesthetic manner, this clock design harmonises a refined high-tech experience with ease of use.