We love discovering innovating accessories for your home and to bring them to your attention. That is how we have discovered this geometric clock, a really unusual item, perfect for an original living room. The geometric clock is called the 3P Clock, which stands for “three vanishing points”, as the clock looks like a cube, but it is in reality a hexagon-shaped decorative item featuring a cherry wood finish. This is a clock to have in your home if you love the minimalism trend.
The geometric clock comes as the final result of a collaboration between Robocut studio, based in Montreal and Baron Magazine. You might think that the lack of numbers makes the hour difficult to read, but the geometric clock is actually really simple to understand. The corners of the clock match up with 12:00, 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00 and 10:00. We think it is fun to regard the geometric clock as designed to help us imagine a time travel or time lapse.
The geometric clock was designed to become an optical illusion, as the designers of the item reveal on their website. “At first, the 3P clock might appear to be for your bedside table, but take a closer look and you’ll see something entirely different. It’s a clever twist on time-telling that will garner double-take after double-take! Hit the jump to spot the illusion…”
It seems that the designers of the geometric clock truly wanted to create the impression that you can play with both human mind and time. The geometric clock costs $80 and can be ordered online from Robocut Studio’s website.
We believe this piece is perfect if you want to create a playful, contemporary atmosphere in your home. We are sure your guests will appreciate the piece, but the question is: do you find it aesthetic for your own home?
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