The 'Orbita' Clock Hides in Plain Sight as a Sculptural Accent

 - Jan 29, 2018
References: yankodesign
The 'Orbita' clock has been conceptually designed to be seamlessly incorporated into a space thanks to the sculptural aesthetic that enables it to hide in plain sight. Looking like a simple piece of timber artwork on a wall, the clock consists of two rotating panels that sit flush to one another and spin freely during the day. Indicator notches vaguely resemble the hands of a clock to let inhabitants see the time without the need for digital screens or a traditional clock face.

The 'Orbita' clock has been designed by TWO O THREE and acknowledges the growing shift towards minimalistic aesthetics as consumers continue to prefer products that are uncomplicated. The clock is suitable for incorporation into a living or working space to ensure the time is always visible.