Five Of Our Favourite Vitra Clocks For The Summer

With the last clod-snap now hopefully behind us, the time has almost come to change our clocks forward an hour as British Summer Time begins (25/03/2018.) In other words, you are just in time to buy a clock worthy the telling of time:


VitraSunflower Clock


It’s spring and this ‘Sunflower Wall Clock’ designed by George Nelson seems like a perfect fit. Materials include lacquered wood and metal and a high-grade quartz clockwork system.

VitraTurbine Clock


The sharp looking ‘Turbine Clock’ by George Nelson, 1957. Sculptural shapes of brass and aluminium make up the Turbine wall clock with a diameter of 765 mm. High-grade quartz clockwork with battery included.

VitraCone Desk Clock


The Cone Clock designed by George Nelson is a beautiful compliment to any desk. Its bold features make it really stand out.

VitraEye Wall Clock


A clock with interesting framework. ‘Eye Clock’ by George Nelson is made from lacquered wood and metal, high-grade quartz clockwork.

VitraNight Desk Clock


‘Night Desk Clock’ designed by George Nelson, 1948. To this day, his table clocks remain a refreshing alternative to the mundane desk clocks of today. Materials used include brass and acrylic glass.