This project is a self manufactured product. The daily life clock does not indicate time by number and hands. Instead, the figures of a grandmother, a grandchild and a dog represent hours, minutes and seconds respectively, which are allocated by its speed. The figures move through the scenes of our daily life and the nature, which is arranged around the clock to indicate hours.
the whole process from ideation, sketching, 2D/3D, prototyping, package and manufacturing
The Best Excellent Product
Awarded by Design association NPO, 100% Design Tokyo.
2017 "L' ÉLOGE DE L'HEURE " exhibition, Centre d'innovation et de design, Belgium.
2015 “Telling time” exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Design and Applied Arts, Lausanne, Switzerland
2013 "O'clock" exhibition, Cafa Art Center, Beijing, China
2012 "O'clock" exhibition, Triennale Design Museum, Milan, Italy
2010 100% Design London event at Futures section, London, UK
2009 100% Design Tokyo event, Tokyo, Japan
Self production 2009 - 2014