Competition: four Ora (il)Legale clocks
by Denis Guidone to be won

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Ora (il)Legale

We've teamed up with Milan designer Denis Guidone to offer our readers the chance to win an Ora (il)Legale clock.

Ora (il)Legale

Produced by NAVA Design, the two flat bases of the clock allow it to be moved forward or back an hour to account for daylight saving time.

See our earlier story about the clock.

Ora (il)Legale

This competition is now closed.

Ora (il)Legale

Four winners will be selected at random and notified by email. Winners’ names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeenmail newsletter and at the bottom of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.

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Ora (il)Legale

Here's more from Denis Guidone:


Ora (il)Legale:
(a physical approach to timekeeping)

Ora (il)legale is characterized by an essential graphic aspect, underlined by the presence of a single hand that indicates both minutes and hours.

In the act of designing there is not separation between shape, function and aesthetic.

The cut is break of shape, graphic alteration and at the same time creates a support to change hour from solar time to legal time with a simple gesture"

Congratulations to our winners! Yana Gilbuena from the USA, Eloise Deleener from Belgium, Stevco Naumoski from The Republic of Macedonia and Maria Vitória Garcia from Brazil.

  • R&D Hapro

    brilliant idea!! I had a similar one, but unfortunately this doesn't work, because you shift the time with 1 hour AND 5 minutes, so you still have to adjust it.

  • Dalet

    Good point R&D, but on this design there is no minute hand. The minutes are represented in 5 minute intervals between the hours (Look at the close up of the face). So as far as I understand it works fine. Very nice sleek design.