Riki Watanabe steel clock, simple palette of white and black to suit all interiors.A matte steel body and deep form sits proud of the wall.Combined with large index easy readability from across the room.New to CIBI and new for your home!!
Steel ABS resin Glass/204x60mm/610g
Designed by Riki Watanabe 1911 - 2013
Considered one of the pioneers of post-war Japanese design,
after graduating from the Woodcraft Department at Tokyo Higher School of Arts and Design (currently Chiba University),
Riki Watanabe joined architect Bruno Taut's office in Gunma in 1936. In 1949, he established his own design studio, and
quickly won recognition for his low-cost String Chair in 1952. His Torii Stool and Circular Center Table won
the Gold Medal at the Triennale di Milano in 1957. In addition to interior and furniture design Watanabe also designed clocks and watches.
His 1972 design for the Hibiya Dai-Ichi Life Insurance Company's pole clock is recognized as one of Watanabe's major works.