Early in his career as an architect, in the 1930s, Arne Jacobsen designed a house for a client named H.J. Hansen. Seeing potential in the young architect, Hansen proposed that Jacobsen design a clock. The result, the Station table clock, was presented at the Charlottenborg Spring exhibition in Copenhagen in 1939. This Station Watch is based on the original clock design. Arne Jacobsen’s work is represented in MoMA’s collection.
Features of the Arne Jacobsen Station Watch include:
- Solid stainless steel case.
- Concave dial.
- 16mm mesh strap.
- 34mm case.
- Hardened double convex M2 glass.
- Water-resistant to 3 ATMs.
SizeCase: 40mmBand: 9"l
MaterialStainless steel and leather
Year of Design1939
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