I've seen plenty of watches that make telling time difficult in the name of precision but the ChronArte Quadro wall clock brings a similar idea to home decor.
The watch uses colored textile bands which build up over time to form a colored face. After 12 hours when it is all colored in it changes back to a white square. The clock is radio-controlled and changes automatically from standard to daylight-saving time.
It is in an aluminum frame that comes in various colors and finishes. Each once is produced in Switzerland and is a numbered piece.
ChronArte also makes the Canna, a wall with a liquid display of colored water and the Filo, a column clock which fills with color showing how the minutes and hours or days pass. The Quadro sells for around $4650.
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