At first glance, the 'Archi di Tempo' might not look like an electric clock, but the ultra-modern device is indeed intended to provide users with an enhanced experience.
Easily mounted on the wall thanks to the faceless design, the 'Archi di Tempo' tells time with two separate arms. One arm dictates the hours, whereas the other shows the minutes. The embedded lights shine different colors and shift to convey the time in a more modern yet complex way.
The 'Archi di Tempo' electric clock is the design work of Bruno Tarabella and offers a somewhat cryptic view of time. Rather than simply display the current time, the 'Archi di Tempo' requires a bit of deciphering, which could be correlated to the very essence of time and how it must also be deciphered to be understood.
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- By: Michael HemsworthMay 20, 2016