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The KOMONO 'Kyoto' Timepiece is Inspired by the Art of Karesansui

 - Jun 25, 2018
References: yankodesign
The KOMONO 'Kyoto' timepiece is a chic, stylish accessory that is inspired by the zen art of karesansui to put a focus on tranquility as the wearer goes about their hectic day. Featuring a face that looks like sand that has been shaped, the timepiece has hands that sit gracefully on the top to easily convey time to the wearer. The sand-colored face and band create a calming effect that doesn't follow watch trends that include flashy accents or oversized components to keep the experience as simple as possible.

The conceptual KOMONO 'Kyoto' timepiece is the design work of Arman Zamani for Komono and acknowledges a shift towards simpler fashion accessories as consumers seek to live a less complicated lifestyle that helps to minimize stress.