Arne Jacobsen Station Clock bordur blå - design 1939

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Arne Jacobsen Station Table Clock with alarm.

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Arne Jacobsen Station Table Clock with alarm.

Arne Jacobsen designed a house for H.J. Hansen, who was director of electronic manufacturer Lauritz Knudsen. Hansen was so excited about Arne Jacobsen, that he encouraged him to design a clock back in 1930’s. The clock was presented at the Spring Exhibition Charlottenborg in 1939 and was Jacobsen’s first industrial product design.

The alarm table clock has since been updated with snooze function and light, triggered by an invisible sensor on top of the clock.

Its graphic look and metal base – clearly referencing his own Ant and No.7 chairs – make the clock an ideal gift for the design enthusiast. The clock is perfect for any contemporary home.

Series Arne Jacobsen

Designer: Arne Jacobsen


Colour Blue

Material:Hardened glass and plastic

Diameter11 cm Height:12 cm

Please note:2 AA batteries required.Batteries not included


MaterialCrack resistant lens. Case in ABS. Foot in mat IP gold stainless steel.
Designed byArne Jacobsen
Year of design1939
Product No.43678
InstructionsSpecial IC alarm and sound. LED light. Battery 2 pcs. AA 1,5V. Batteries not included.
DimensionK: 12 cm. Ø: 11 cm. Urets dimension 11 cm