Designers have routinely worked to bring originality to the wall clock, and a simple yet surprising adaptation in this inverted clock succeed to turn the concept upside-down. The circular IMNU Clock still maintains the standard placement of the hours 1 through 12, even though the numbers are not displayed. What's different about this minimalist timepiece is that the hands are connected to the back, they bend around the perimeter and they align with the hours and minutes, pointing inwards instead of out.
The result is a beautiful piece of design that that comprises a clock face completely unpenetrated by mechanics. The short and long aluminum hands of this inverted clock float above the surface of the plate giving the aesthetic even more lightness on top of its simple look. This piece is a striking example of divergent and reductive design.