Designer incorporates 12 different major cities into one time-telling device.
Masafumi Ishikawa designed a clock that displays the time of 12 major global cities. Winner of the 2012 Lexus Design Award , the World Clock indicates the time of any zone without the physical need of adjusting the hands of the clock.
If you want to view the time of another country, simply roll the World Clock to the desired city and there you go. No matter how many times you rotate it, the clock hands will remain in the same position – only the numbered hours will change.
This dodecagon clock will be a tasteful addition to any home. In addition, the versatility of the clock makes it an universal traveler’s tool.
Check out the video below to better understand how the World Clock works.