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This alluring and diverse pendant can be clustered over a kitchen counter or dining room table. It can also simply be placed on its own over a bedside table.
The twelve tilted segments of the Scope play with light and shadow as you pass – every angle offers a new perspective. The wooden interpretation of the Scope was created by Erwin Termaat in 2016, five years after it was originally designed in 2011. This process took a while to perfect, as the making of the clock requires a lot of precise handicraft. Designed by Erwin Termaat in 2011
The Brick is a contemporary interpretation of a traditional way of displaying time. Reinvented by using a unique combination of graphics and materials, avoiding it to be subjected to a certain time period. The steel case is welded and brushed by hand which brings this clock to a high level of craftsmanship. This timepiece can be displayed on a surface or hung on the wall, either way it will draw the attention of the spectators. Designed by Erwin Termaat in 2011
For the design of the Tube watch we teamed up with Dutch Designer Piet Hein Eek. Piet’s unparalleled vision on design and LEFF amsterdam’s raw, industrial and sophisticated approach, came together in an amazing collection of refined yet tough watches. The design of the Tube watch has an iconic extruded ring that functions as the clock’s face. Therefore, you can recognize every LEFF amsterdam watch by this unique characteristic Designed by Piet Hein Eek in 2015.
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