Nelson Eye Clock
George Nelson created everyday objects in the 1950s with the mission of bringing modern design into American homes.
Watch Me Wall Clock
“To me design is all about creating objects that are impossible not to notice, objects that are contagious and objects that stay...
Nelson Coconut Chair
George Nelson was known for encouraging his protégés to get playful and to experiment when creating their designs.
Nelson Daybed
  H 15.25" W 75" D...
Sweep Wall Clock "Ash"
Sweep is a silent clock with consistently sweeping hands inspired from for the classic Bauhaus...
Areaware Star Spangled Spatula
The Star Spangled Spatula is handcrafted by one of the oldest cutlery manufacturers in the United States, using energy harvested...
Tumbler Alarm Clock
Tumbler by the Danish duo, Norm, is a modern variant of the classic alarm clock.
Ball Clock from Vitra
With the diversity of materials used and their sculptural shapes, George Nelson's clocks embody the joie de vivre of the 1950s.
Nelson Marshmallow Sofa
There’s nothing else like George Nelson’s Marshmallow Sofa.
Chroniker The Electroluminescent Tube Clock
An entirely handcrafted piece, Chroniker merges art and technology through the beautiful combination of honey tone Teak, silky...
Retro Dome Alarm Clock
Time is a round...
Aura Connected Alarm Clock
Super sophisticated sleep tracking.
Nelson Thin Edge Double Dresser
George Nelson was the design director at Herman Miller from 1945 to 1972, and his influence over three decades is what made the...
FJ Clock
Originally designed by renowned architect Finn Juhl for the New York United Nation Trusteeship Council Chamber in 1950, the FJ...
Maple Wall Clock
Silent clock handcrafted from Japanese hard maple wood. May be hung from the wall or placed on a tabletop.
Bird Clock
The Bird Alarm Clock, designed by Japan's & design, is an alarm clock in the shape of a bird.
Chrysler Brass Wall Clock
Tick-tock in style.
Grey Marble Wall Clock
It's about time. ...
Nelson™ Platform Bench by Herman Miller
Introduced in 1946 the Nelson™ Platform Bench was part of George Nelson's first collection for Herman Miller and still stands as...

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