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This Minimalist Alarm Clock Was Designed to Be Interactive

 - Sep 27, 2016
References: store.leibal & minimalissimo
This tactile alarm clock was designed by the Copenhagen, Denmark-based duo 'Norm Architects' and was manufactured by 'Menu.'

Called the 'Tumbler Alarm Clock,' the device was designed to sit on a surface and has a domed shape. Its flat face reveals a minimalist clock and the device rests on its other end, being able to balance despite its curved shape. When the alarm goes off in the mornings, all users have to do is turn it so that it rests on its clock face in order for the alarm to stop ringing. The clocks are offered in white, gray, black and muted blue colors.

The Tumbler Alarm Clock works as a sophisticated piece of home decor that also offers a quirky, interactive function.