Here's "Axioma I," the clock mechanism in silver:
Here it is in wood, "Axioma M":
Then you can also get number markers for the wall surrounding the mechanism--here's "Merlin 4 I" named thus I gather because the markers are like wands:
And "Merlin 12 M" in wood:
They're just so grand and beautiful, elegant but so robust. They have "Rodon" which is circular dot markers, and "Tacon," which is rectangular bars, and you can get them "Mixto"--a combination of the above. But I think I like this one the best.
"Bilbao" is a similar design of mechanism in a huge circular frame:
And a floor version called "Puntero" which is incredible:
But out of all of them, my favorites are most certainly "Doble O" and "Doble O D":
You should click those. I adore this big, muscular, industrial aesthetic, likely because it's sort of vaguely Steampunk. But at the same time, they remain almost light and definitely restrained. I think they're utterly classy.
They have a hundred retailers in their home town, but surprisingly zilch in the U.S. at this point. Maybe we should change that. In any case, I'm sure their pieces can be shipped.
©2008, Ryan Witte