As the Italian name suggests, the clock's two flat bases are a simple device to adjust the time for daylight saving.
When tilted, the clock's simple graphic allows the time to move forward or back one hour.
The clock has one hand for both hours and minutes, and is produced by Nava Design.
Here’s some more information from Guidone:
Ora (il)Legale will be showed during Milan design week 2009 in april
product by nava design
The Ora ilLegale clock can be tilted on its base to set it forward one hour for summer time with a simple gesture.
- essential graphic
- one hand (hours and minutes)
- minimal aesthetic
Colours: white, black
Dimension: diameter 18 cm x 6 cm
Nava Design Store
Via Durini 23
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