Online Only

Arne Jacobsen Station Alarm Clock

$139 Non-Member
$125.10 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
Online Only

Arne Jacobsen Station Alarm Clock

$139 Non-Member
$125.10 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  Black

Item# 94303-94303 In Stock
Special Order:
1

This clock was inspired by the iconic chair designs of Arne Jacobsen, a celebrated Danish architect and designer whose work is featured in the Museum's collection. Made with Japanese silent movement and touch-sensor light and snooze. Case made of ABS Plastic with impact resistance lens, and a stainless steel base. Requires two AA batteries (not included).

  • Designer
    Arne Jacobsen
  • Size
    4.5h x 4.5w x 2.75"d
  • Material
    Plastic,Stainless steel
  • Origin
    Denmark
  • If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return merchandise within 90 days for a refund in the form of original payment. Learn More.

$7.95 Flat standard shipping fee available. Learn More.

This clock was inspired by the iconic chair designs of Arne Jacobsen, a celebrated Danish architect and designer whose work is featured in the Museum's collection. Made with Japanese silent movement and touch-sensor light and snooze. Case made of ABS Plastic with impact resistance lens, and a stainless steel base. Requires two AA batteries (not included).

  • Designer
    Arne Jacobsen
  • Size
    4.5h x 4.5w x 2.75"d
  • Material
    Plastic,Stainless steel
  • Origin
    Denmark
  • If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return merchandise within 90 days for a refund in the form of original payment. Learn More.

$7.95 Flat standard shipping fee available. Learn More.

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).

Authenticity Guarantee

At MoMA Design Store, all of the designs we sell are curator-approved and authentic. We ensure the integrity of our products through research and by working closely with the designers. Our products embody the spirit of good design objects in MoMA's collection. Some of them are actual designs represented in the Museum's collection.

Reviews