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The Log Alarm Clock: A Natural Wake Up Call

The Log Alarm Clock: A Natural Wake Up Call
Design & Architecture

University of Dundee student Natalie Duckett has dreamed up an interesting twist on the alarm clock.

Dan Gould
  • 3 may 2010

Fusing together nature and a kind of steampunk aesthetic, University of Dundee student Natalie Duckett has dreamed up an interesting twist on the alarm clock.

The woodpecker alarm clock is housed in a small log, and has a mechanism that taps against any available surface, replicating the sound of a woodpecker. The clock also features a dual alarm system that both tells you when you should go to sleep, and when you should wake up.

Natalie Duckett

[via Design Sponge]

+alarm clock
+biomimicry
+Design
+Electronics & Gadgets
+Environmental / Green
+Home & Garden
+Nature
+Product Design
+University of Dundee

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