Win a designer concrete clock from The Object Room

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The 4th dimension clock experiments with light and shadow.

The 4th dimension clock experiments with light and shadow. Image: THE OBJECT ROOM

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Red or blue hands sit on the top tier of the stairwell.

Red or blue hands sit on the top tier of the stairwell. Image: THE OBJECT ROOM

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The form of the clock resembles a spiral staircase.

The form of the clock resembles a spiral staircase. Image: THE OBJECT ROOM

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Grey Lynn’s The Object Room has acquired new pieces by Taiwan-based designers, 22designstudio - best known for their work with cement materials.

This 4th Dimension Clock design is intriguingly beautiful and considered. Each hour is represented by a triangular segment of concrete, tiered downwards to resemble a spiral staircase. The hands of the clock sit on the top tier and light and shadows change with time.

Urbis has one 4th dimension clock to give away. To enter, email urbiscomps@agm.co.nz with your name and contact details. Competition closes 31 May, 2012.

See competition terms and conditions.

The Object Room has more items by 22designstudio, including a range of concrete rings (jewellery).


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