Lemnos Wall Clock RIKI S


The Riki Clock by Lemnos is a timeless piece which has been crafted with close care and attention to the finer details. It is made from a combination of plywood and glass and it’s simple yet functional for many spaces in the modern home. It is highly versatile with a choice of three different sizes to suit different sizes of home, they are 20.3cm in diameter, 30.5cm in diameter and 36.5cm in diameter. The classic white face and black hands and numerals surrounded by the lighter plywood case gives this clock a light airiness as well as that classic feel.

  • Brand: Lemnos (Japan)
  • Designer: Riki Watanabe
  • Size: Diameter 203 x 203 mm x Depth 48 mm
  • Material: Plywood, glass.
  • Battery: 1 x AA battery.
  • Made in Japan.
  • 1 year warranty from Homeloo.
  • pre-order take 1-2 weeks.
SKU: WR-0401S Category: Tag:

Founded in 1947, TAKATA Lemnos Inc. started as a brass casting manufacturing company in Takaoka-city, Toyama Prefecture, Japan and went into full-scale business trade with Seiko Clock Co., Ltd in 1966. Lemnos works with many well-known designers such as Riki WATANABE, Kazuo KAWASAKI, nendo, Shin AZUMI, Tomoko AZUMI, Kanae TSUKAMOTO etc to design and create clocks that are timeless and accentuates the beauty of the raw material used.

Designer – RIKI WATANABE (1911–2013) 

Graduated from the Woodwork Department of Tokyo High Polytechnic School. After working as an assistant professor at Tokyo High Polytechnic School and as an assistant in the Forestry Department at Tokyo Imperial University (the existing Tokyo University), he established Japan’s first design office, the RIKI WATANABE Design Office, in 1949. His main focus was the establishment of the Interior Architect Department at Tokyo Molding University, Craft Center Japan, Japan Industrial Designer Association and Japan Designers Committee. He designed the interior decor at the Keio Plaza Hotel, Prince Hotel, etc. and furniture such as the “Himo-Isu (Rope chair)” and “Trii-stool”. Moreover, from wall clocks and watches to a public clock called “Hibiya pole clock” at Dai-ichi Life Holdings in Hibiya district, his work on clocks and watches became his lifework. He received the Milano Triennale Gold Medal in 1957, the Mainichi Industrial Design Prize, Shiju hosho(the Medal of Honor with Purple Ribbon), and many other awards/recognitions. In 2006, the “Riki Watanabe – Innovation of Living Design” exhibition was held at the National Museum of Modern Art.

Weight 1000 g


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