Adorable Bird Clock By Haoshi Design

Haoshi Design is named after the Chinese for “good things”, and has come up with this cute little clock which looks like a sparrow’s nest. Made of resin, the clock is modern looking and is as much a decorative feature as as functional timepiece. The designers were inspired by watching the little birds flying outside of their window, and we love the design.


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