Michael Graves Pendulum Clock
Michael Graves’ AM/PM Mantel Clock (2001)
The Michael Graves Pendulum Clock or The “AM/PM” Clock designed by Architect Michael Graves is the Mantel Clock of the next Millennium. Made of solid Wood and measuring 10″ H x 8″ W x 6″ D this clock employs a quartz movement with an easy access door in the rear to adjust the time or change the battery.
Available in either black or maple colors the “AM/PM” is designed to go anywhere…the mantel, coffee table, bookcase or office or to enhance that coveted void.
Whether it is the Oh Watch, the Newark Museum Watch or the Chronograph Watch, Graves’ love for the timepiece is on-going. It is reflected in both critical and commercial terms. AM/PM, the next future icon can best be described in Graves’ own words.
[blockquote style=”” align=”” author=”Michael Graves”]”We have suspended this timepiece between solid supports, leaving the pendulum space in which to mark time. The passage of the hours is embodied in the form of the clock as gateway, which can be seen as a threshold either to the next 12 hours, or to a new century.”[/blockquote]
The Michael Graves Pendulum Clock designed in 1991 would be but one of the major icons designed by the master architect. The objects included, The Oh, Newark, Graves III, Chronograph, Newark Museum, Witherspoon, Cubit, Grand Tour Watches along with numerable products for Projects.
The Michael Graves Pendulum Clock is out of production.