For the first time, Biegert & Funk is exhibiting a completely new kind of clock: the QLOCKTWO does not show the time with hands or digits. Time is indicated as readable text, turning it into a statement: “It is half past nine”. The square clock has a uniform grid of 110 letters. Words are highlighted in unexpected places which describe the time. The initially random order of the characters lends to a mysterious aesthetic. “QLOCKTWO makes you aware of the moment. Showing the time becomes an interesting experience for the owner,” explains Andreas Funk from the design duo Biegert & Funk.
The basic shape of all QLOCKTWO® variations, is a square. The design is minimalist and precision crafted, its form reduced to the essentials. The high quality brushed stainless steel squares measure either 135 x 135 mm for the Qlocktwo touch, 450x450mm for the Qlocktwo classic and 900x900mm for the Qlocktwo Large.
The brand has been awarded with multiple design awards over the past years.