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Arne Jacobsen Station Watch

€470 Non-Member
€423 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
Online Only

Arne Jacobsen Station Watch

€470 Non-Member
€423 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  White

Size:  One Size

Item# 122640-122640
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This elegant watch was inspired by the iconic 1941 Station Clock designed by Arne Jacobsen, a celebrated Danish architect and designer whose work is featured in the Museum's collection. Designed in the Bauhaus spirit and according to Jacobsen's rigorous design principles, this watch face has a distinctive minimal look that is easy to read. Polished stainless steel case with impact-resistant mineral crystal lens, battery-operated quartz movement, and a calf leather band.

  • Designer
    Arne Jacobsen
  • Size
    Case: 40mm diam. Band: 20mm.
  • Material
    Impact-Resistant Mineral Crystal Lens, Stainless Steel Case, Leather Band
  • This item is final sale and non-returnable.

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Arne Jacobsen
Arne Jacobsen

Remembered for his contributions to Functionalism, Arne Emil Jacobsen (1902–1971) was a Danish architect, and furniture and homewares designer. His 1950s stacking chairs, which are represented in MoMA's collection, are instantly recognizable worldwide, while his flatware set from 1957, also a design in the Museum's collection, was used as a prop in the 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey. (The pieces still seem futuristic, even today.) Jacoben's work has been features in MoMA exhibitions, including Transformations in Modern Architecture (1979) and Plywood: Material, Process, Form (2011–2013).

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