Weightless lightness is the main slogan and motto of the Air du Temps table clock from the famous Italian factory Kartell. And it\'s not just the small weight of the models, due to which it is convenient to move them from one place to another according to the mood. The airy shape and laconic unobtrusive design has smooth streamlined shapes that visually smooth out the corners of the furniture. The minimal footprint simplifies installation, and this is especially convenient in rooms with limited space.
The Cartel table clock will not serve exclusively as an interior item, by which you will quickly find out the time. In any stylistic concept, they become a bold accent, to which all the attention of the guests will be directed. Thanks to the use of premium quality materials in the production, it will serve for several decades. They are made of a monophonic thermoplastic technopolymer that is not exposed to temperature changes and does not burn out in direct sunlight. Such watches will calmly survive frequent wet cleaning, but it is not recommended to put them outdoors. For example, on terraces, verandas or gazebos. The silent mechanism provides complete silence, so you can put the watch on the bedside table and not worry that the rhythmic ticking will irritate and prevent you from falling asleep.
Prices for Kartell desktop watches depend on the color variant of the model. It is possible to order a dial in black, red and yellow colors. Decorators in the design of modern living rooms are not limited to choosing only one shade. Sometimes they combine three or more colors, creating a unique composition resembling an art object. At the same time, each watch shows the time of different time zones, for example, Moscow, Tokyo and New York. In some projects, the authors first put the Air du Temps clock on some piece of furniture, and already build a single concept around them, based on this detail.
In the online store and showroom in Moscow, models are also presented entirely in white and black colors. The designer and creator of the watches Eugenie Kuitlet describes them as an object that seems to have gone out of time and is not subject to fleeting fashion trends. It is easy to imagine them not only in the interior of a twenty-first-century house, but it is also easy to imagine how they decorate a table in a nineteenth-century mansion.