“Time is not circular: it veers sharply to mark the event as unexpected—As the clock itself.”
Daniel Libeskind’s Time Maze clock for Alessi seemingly defies the notion of time altogether: time is not linear; it is not circular; time is a labyrinth of abstract connections and playful interactions. To underline this concept the clock can be hung in any orientation allowing for a customized hanging in each home.
The Time Maze clock is constructed of stainless steel and comes in red, black and stainless versions.
Libeskind’s deep interest in the concept of time is reflected in some of his most iconic buildings, including the Jewish Museum Berlin, the Royal Ontario Museum and the Denver Art Museum.