Riki Watanabe

Ex-display Riki Clock

£125.00 £87.50

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Inspired and built upon the original designs of Riki Watanabe, the Riki Clock by Lemnos is a classic piece, simple in its design yet functional for many spaces. With large black numerals and hands, the white, glass face is surrounded by a light plywood frame, giving the clock an elegant finish.

The Riki Clock was winner of the Good Design Award, 2004.

Made in Japan

About Riki Watanabe

A celebrated industrial designer and a leading figure of Japanese modernism, Riki Watanabe established Japan’s first design studio, in 1949. With work spanning decades, Watanabe became renowned for his iconic designs, such as the Himo Isu (Rope Chair) and the Hibiya Clock at the Hibiya Crossing in Tokyo. Receiving many awards, including the Gold Medal at the 1957 Milan Triennale and the Mainichi Industrial Design Prize, Watanabe is considered to be one of the pioneers of post-war Japanese design.

Product Details

Materials: Plywood, Glass
Dimensions: 305 dia. x 48 d mm
Specification: Sweep Second
Weight: 750g