Monday, August 10, 2009


Since the early 18th century, the cuckoo clock knows to stand out and to prove uniqueness throughout history.

However, it’s tough to blend ornamented wood clock with the contemporary interior of modern dwelling.

Fortunately, the Meridian cuckoo clock appears to preserve that coveted chirp with a minimal approach on the Black Forest born traditional clock. However designer Pascal Tarabay removed the typical pendulum, but without harming the look and feel of a cuckoo original. Alongside, this piece is available in five colors from bright orange to green, and the dissecting act allows the clock now to be placed on a table and in spaces that can’t offer 5-feet depth.

Via: meridianaclock

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