Martin Tony Häußler

Kello distances itself from the usual appearance of a clock. A facetted body replaces the common clock-face and revolves around its own axis in twelve hours. The concept deliberatley abstains from a meticulous time indication and rather attends upon the intuitive reading of time by reference to the position of the current hour to a fixated hand. The conception follows the one-hand principle of initial timepieces, as well as the Cercle Tournant clocks from the 17th to 19th century with their horizontally arranged number plates.