Eki Clock White
Takenobu Igarashi is the designer behind the “Big Clock of Stars” which hangs on the outer wall of Sapporo Station in Hokkaido Japan since 2003. He has also designed another clock on both east and west concourses of the same station. The clock has double-faced dials in black and white and the clock numbers half below are designed in a way for easy reading from the ground. This new clock was introduced with its design direction based on the Sapporo Station Clocks.
The clock has a beautifully designed dial with original number types, and its frame is made with aluminum sand casting and lathing. The distance between its dial and glass is minimized. It truly is a design wall clock in its ultimate simplicity.
Size: φ25.6 × D4.0cm
Material: Aluminum, Glass
Made in Japan.
Designer: Takenobu IgarashiTakenobu Igarashi is a sculptor and a designer. As a graphic designer he has so far created a calendar for the Museum of Modern Art in New York using axonometric projection, three dimensional logo types and VI design for Suntory Hall Japan and Calpis Japan, as well as OUN & YMD products. His works are highly respected worldwide. In 1994, Takenobu Igarashi started his career as a sculptor. Many public art items have been produced using materials such as wood, stone, metal, terra cotta and stained glass. He is also an Emeritus Professor at Tama University of Arts in Japan.