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EMOH is always keen to explore stylish design from the world. Recently, we would like to introduce Lemnos Clock to all interior lovers. Lemnos Clocks are all Made in Japan by different designers. All Lemnos products are made carefully by the craftsmen finely honed skillful techniques in Japan.
They surely bring out the attractiveness of the materials to the maximum and create fine products not being influenced on the fashion trend accordingly. TAKATA Lemnos Inc. definitely would like to be innovative and continuously propose the beauty lasts forever.
［designer’s message] This is not a clock, this is like a clock. “to meet the goddess of time”
1 Dachs Cuckoo
A cuckoo clock with a lovely roof that looks like the ears of a dachshund brings enjoyment to your daily life. The roof is made of thin metal board, giving lightness while expressing a modern impression by its shape that follows that of a square upper window. While having a basic form, the details are innovative and add to the attraction of the cuckoo clock.
The basic structure coupled with unique details
Dachs Cuckoo is a playful cuckoo clock with a roof that resembles the ears of a dachshund. This roof made of thin metal sheet gives a light touch and demonstrates a modern feel with its outline tracing the window frame. The basic structure coupled with unique details featured in this clock brings out the best of the cuckoo clock.
2 Birdhouse Clock
The Birdhouse Clock is a cuckoo clock that tells the time with a lovely sound and the murmur of a brook. The form of a simple birdhouse with a triangular roof was made by assembling basswood plywood. Choose from two different types: Natural, with the soft grain visible, and White, which sets off the shape of the house. An intelligent light sensor built into the clock will automatically turn off the cuckoo’s movement when it is dark so as not to disturb you at night. She will then wake you up as the morning sunlight enters your room.
The CUCU is a clock that tells time with a lovely cuckoo sound and the murmur of a brook. Shaped like a simple birdhouse, the CUCU can be used as either a wall or table clock. Choose between four different types: Natural, Brown with Japanese ash wood grain, Modern White, and a obsidian Black that retains the texture of the wood grain.
1 Thomson Paper
THOMSON PAPER is a wall clock which combines the fine texture of wood and paper. The clock face is made of paper called Mermaid. The unique texture of the paper is called “Mermaid ripples” named after the ripples of the sea, the home of the mermaid. The distinction in textures of its face (paper), frame (plywood) and hands (ash) underlines the contrast of natural materials used. The face of Lemnos Thomson clocks is made with a special die-cutting machine which is also used for manufacturing puzzles. This die-cutting technique can make complicated shapes by stamping out from paper or wood using a mold out of thin steel blade fixed onto a wooden board.
2 Diatomaceous Earth Clock
Golden Pin Design Award 2016（Taiwan）
It is a wall clock made from plaster and use natural materials from its functionality and texture in recent years utilized various products featured diatomaceous earth, in the traditional skill of Japan technology. Is to forget that by plastering trowel finished each one carefully watches the original's Saturday as smooth, clean finish. The design maximizes the feature and atmosphere of the diatomaceous earth, which brings us warmth when touched.
SiO2, the logo displayed on the clock, is the chemical symbol of the main component of diatomaceous earth.
A natural white-plywood clock with a built-in thermometer and hygrometer. The clock retains its soft impression and provides the function to check the air environment at a glance for your comfortable life. The clock frame is made of 8 connected pieces of beech wood, and the beautiful wood grain gives the clock a natural feel.
BAUM is made by the hands of skilled artisans, it is a nostalgic design. Moreover, it is a clock that can show you temperature and humidity at the same time.
This clock with a thermometer and hygrometer has strong features and the appearance of having just been hewn in a square lump from a tree. With luxury in mind, we used pure wood for the frame finished with a coating of soft-feeling plant oil, making it possible to directly feel the warmth of the tree. It has a clear and simple design, with the thermometer and hygrometer being highly visible and easy to read.
・Aluminum and Brass
1 Edge Clock
JIDA Design Museum Selection vol.17, Selected Product （Japan）
An aluminum clock designed by Shin AZUMI and Tomoko AZUMI playing active based in London. The clock is characterized the rich quality by a built-in molding of aluminum to be designed simple and powerful. It is given the sharp impression to be harmonized completely with the texture of the aluminum and the index which is polished carefully.
Quaint is a wall clock which was inspired by the clock face of an old clock tower. The brass of the clock’s dial and outer periphery are exposed by polishing.The clock emphasize the natural qualities of their materials, using the attractive contrast between the brass and coloured finish to enhance the visibility of the clock face. The distinctive texture is achieved by a process of brass casting that uses traditional colouring techniques originating from Takaoka, Toyama. The rich texture is intended to stand up to walls that have a strong material quality, such as exposed concrete or brick.
Good Design Award
SOSO features a clean design, bringing the numbers on the clock face closer to the center, leaving a bold margin around the outside. The hour hand in white is a bright contrast against the natural shades of the face for a wall clock that fits in all situations.
This table clock was designed with the twelve numbers arranged in a circle within the rectangular clock frame, to show off the space of the clock face beautifully. Pure maple wood, used as a frame of Kaede, is bright, natural and fine material.
A wall clock that tells the time using numbers of seed heads on the dandelion clocks, rather than numerals.It alludes to time flowing onward like seed heads dancing lightly upon the wind.
Reddot Design Adward
Due to spread and develop the shape of a three-dimensional lace it comes to the simple conclusion finally to realize the time quite obviously. It is finished in a solid with the contradiction of the shape of fireworks going up in the night sky as a wit.
1 Nuts Pool
Not only for decoration also with useful function, enjoy the moment with your snacks in this container.
2 OHA Shoehorn
A shoehorn in the shape of a bird with superior casting technique and beauty of carefully polished finish.
3 SHIN Shoehorn
There are already long free standing shoehorns with bases on the market, but with previous designs the base has a strong presence, and they are large in volume as well, making their presence at the entrance to the home too strong. In terms of functionality, we think that the base should be as compact as possible while satisfying its function as a shoehorn.
4 Accessory Stand
The lid has a two-tone color. You can match the color of the lid to your room’s interior by placing it either face up or face down. The case’s gentle hue and tender appearance is charming.
All Designed by Japanese Designers