Masculine concrete clocks by LeeABS

Clocks are probably the most common accessory for the home. That’s because they fulfill a double function, both as practical items that help you keep track of time and as decorations for the house. However, even though there are more lock designs than we can imagine, there has always been a small collection of materials usually used to create them. The clocks created by LeeABS do not fall into that category.

These are concrete clocks. They are made of concrete and this is basically what distinguishes them from all the other ones. The Para Clocks feature radiant patterns and they use a parametric modeling algorithm that allows them to look like that. Moreover, Para Clock are not just unusual clocks to display in our homes. Their creation involves a very special concept. It’s about combining digital design methods with traditional crafting techniques, all of all while using concrete as a material.

This type of design allows the creation of many variations of radiant patterns starting from a similar set of rules. Each pattern is different and surprising. The Para Clocks are indeed something else. The fact that they are made of concrete make them special and unusual. Also, the designs they feature also contribute to that. They are simple but surprising and any one of them would make a unique decoration for the house.

Published by in Design And Concept, on April 5th, 2012


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