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The City Clock Resembles Parisian Haussmanian Buildings

 - May 16, 2017
References: lafabriquediy & kickstarter
The City Clock is inspired by Parisian architecture and designed to look unlike most other clocks offered on the market.

The City Clock intersects art, design and technology in one beautiful device. It was designed to look like a Parisian Haussmanian building and combines classic design elements with a modern twist. Once users have learned how the clock is to be interpreted, they can enjoy it for its aesthetically pleasing and functional qualities. The clock tells the time by having the owner calculate its windows vertically, which are lit up based on the time.

Each window in this unique clock represents a number from 0-9 and uses a binary system, rather than a digital or analog one, to represent the passing of time.