This Clock Says It’s Always Time For Moss


Dutch design studio noktuku, have designed the Moss Clock.


The noktuku moss clock contains the tops of real reindeer moss from Norway which have been meticulously selected by hand and preserved.


The frame is hand-made of Baltic birch plywood using steam bending technique, and has a single connection joint in the circular layers.


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