- Kazuo Kawasaki
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Originally introduced in 1988, the HOLA clock from Japanese designer Kazuo Kawasaki made waves with its understated design but modern and creative concept. The timepiece became a huge success and found its way into the permanent collections of prestigious museums like MoMa and the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum.
Produced by Lemnos, the HOLA clock features a creatively simple design inspired by heavenly bodies. The rotating dial boasts a subtle dimple that marks the hour, while a long hand shows the minute. Monochrome and minimalist, the wall clock looks more like artwork than a timepiece. Made from ABS resin and glass, this iconic clock comes in a range of colours.