Produced by Copenhagen-based brand Rosendahl, The Bankers is a scaled-down version of the modernist wall clock that Jacobsen created when he designed the Danmarks Nationalbank building in 1971.
Rosendahl's reinterpretation retains several of the clock's original features, including a concave face and column-like time graduations that mark the hours.
The front part of the case and modernist dial are made as a single piece, while the movement that powers the watch sits behind the gold mesh strap – an unusual arrangement that is unique in Dezeen Watch Store's collection.
The time is adjusted by pushing a pointed object into a dimple on the reverse, instead of using a traditional crown.
Arne Jacobsen often took a total concept approach to his architecture projects – where he desgined everything inside the building – and created three other iconic clocks during his career: Station in 1939, Roman in 1942 and City Hall clock in 1956.
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