The unique Arne Jacobsen wall clocks were originally designed for three striking buildings in Denmark. ROMAN for Aarhus City Hall (1942), CITY HALL for Rødovre City Hall (1956) and BANKERS for the National Bank of Denmark (1971). The STATION clock was originally created for the electrical devices manufacturer LK in 1941. STATION differs from Arne Jacobsen’s other wall clocks in that it features Arabic numerals.
Acclaimed in Denmark and internationally, the renowned designer and architect Arne Jacobsen was a master of total design. All disciplines went into the realization of his major projects, from architecture to interior design, furniture design and graphic art. The whole became visible in the detail and the detail in the whole.
Arne Jacobsen’s architecture and design attracted attention everywhere. The magical thing about it is that it continues to do so. Good design is characterized by the ability to reach beyond the moment and continue to fascinate people. The Rosendahl design company has now created replicas of these wall clocks that are entirely faithful to Arne Jacobsen’s original drawings.
Rosendahl Design Group A/S
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