Clocks in Avant-Garde Minimalism Style
Designer Nomon clocks are an embodiment of the avant-garde minimalism. The models look like floating in the air: there are only arrows without a dial, and nothing more. The key element of the original Nomon clocks is the absence of the dial. The wall’s texture, glass or other surface executes the role of the background of the clock.
Avant-Garde Minimalistic Nomon Clocks
Punto Y Coma Gold N clock by Nomon
Reliability of the Nomon clocks is guaranteed by using German quartz mechanism, optimized for the size and weight of the arrows. Spanish clock factory Nomon was founded in 2001 by industrial designer Jose Maria Reina and jewelry designer Angels Arrufat, who was educated in Florence.
Design for the most clocks in the Nomon factory is developed by Jose Maria Reina. The favorite style of this master is minimalism. The models are made of steel, plastic, local and exotic wood. Urushi clock collection is made in the Japanese style: the surface coating of Japanese lacquer wood is lavishly decorated with hieroglyphs.
Puntero L black clock by Nomon
OJ, Singular, En Punto and Maxi clock collections were presented at major national and international exhibitions, such as Maison & Objet, ICFF in New York and Milan Furniture Fair.
Clocks are an element that is present everywhere in our lives, but developing technically they never were so improved externally. Minimalistic appearance of the Nomon clocks is that refined design, which can add an elegant and refined features in any interior.
Axioma Gold clock by Nomon
Many clocks of the Nomon factory has gained a well-deserved place in the offices of the largest companies, in the VIP lounges at airports of Barcelona, Manchester, high-end hotels and private apartments in Barcelona, London, Moscow, Dubai and other cities.
Nomon produces mobile floor and wall clocks. For walls, you can only use the arrows with an imaginary dial, as well as their peculiar body.