About the Artwork

In the era of visual beauty, GOM challenged design industry by using plastic for this desk clock. GOM reflects a strong Japanese aesthetic sense.

About the Artist

Architect, Product Designer. Established Kurokawa Masayuki Architect Studio in 1967. Received the Mainichi Design Award and IF prize in Germany. Major Publications: “Archigraph” Masayuki Kurokawa + Koichi Inakoshi (TOTO Publishing), “Design Mandara” (Kyuryudo), “Design Shujihou” (Kyuryudo), “Eight Japanese senses of beauty” (Kodansha).

GOM Desk Clock

by Masayuki Kurokawa

1986
Plastic
$ 220
Size
7 x 10 x 10 cm
Location
Tokyo
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