"Wild Keys" Wall Clock
The architect Antoni Gaudí was known for wild shapes in his structures. Something as simple as a bench was built more like a fantastical road with winding curves and hills. The keyboard of a piano is traditionally thought of as a straight line, but in the Wild Keys clock that line is warped and flipped into an exciting 3D motion. The numbers appear warped with the 12 and 6 larger than the others, matching the quirkiness of the face of the clock.
This clock is available in three sizes and three color options for the frame, which is made of brushed metal and aluminum. Copper pointers provide accurate time, and their silent sweep movement gives it a quiet, peaceful sound appropriate for an office, a bedroom, or even a classroom. Batteries not included.