by Edvin Klasson Norway


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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 7x16x23
Unique Pieces Material : Feathers, Polyamide (Nylon), Vinyl wrap
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The “Apollo” mantel clock is a flashy and swaggering piece of design, modelling a blue feather boa around its neck. The clock face in imitation blue marble represents the earth, while the sun god Apollo and his sister Artemis orbit around its center in the shape of clock hands.

Materials: coated and uncoated laser-sintered nylon, vinyl wrapping film, dyed feathers, and clock mechanism running on AAA batteries. There is a small hatch on the back of the “clock head” where the clock mechanism can be adjusted and batteries swapped.

This is a hand-made piece and may have small imperfections and irregularities.


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Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 12 × 20 × 28 cm
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About the designer

Edvin Klasson

Edvin Klasson (b. 1991) is an Oslo-based designer working in the fields of furniture and industrial design. His work is characterized by an exploration of symbolism, history and habits, designing for a wide diversity of manufacturers and craft workshops.   Klasson holds a MA degree in Industrial Design from The Oslo School of Architecture and Design, including a one-year study at Offenbach University of Art and Design. Klasson has in addition studied Art History at the University of Oslo. Having formerly worked as a prototype maker and in a technical product development studio, Klasson has an extensive knowledge of production processes and materials.   His work has been exhibited both home and abroad with shows in Milan, New York, Brussels, Stockholm and Frankfurt.

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Presenting “PROXIMITY”, a collection created in collaboration with Southern Sweden Design Days showcasing a selection of new work from ten designers and studios. As a whole, the collection contemplates the notion of proximity, interconnection, and belonging. Whether through contemporary references to traditional crafts techniques; the use of locally sourced materials such as wool, lichen, steel, and wood; or playful visualisations of the notion itself, the selected pieces illustrate the importance of closeness, interconnection, and kinship in uncertain times. Featuring pieces by Andrea Santivanez, Andréason & Leibel, Ebba Lindgren, Förstberg Ling, Jóna Berglind Stefánsdóttir, Lab La Bla, Lisa Darland, Louise Hederström, Moa Lönn, and Studio M. Organised by Form/Design Center in Malmö, Sweden, Southern Sweden Design Days is an annual event currently in its second edition, which highlights sustainability, collaboration, development, and innovation in design. This year’s theme, as described by the event organisers, “[reflects] on the notion of being close – the connection between people, cities, countries, species, professions, etc”. The physical exhibition of “PROXIMITY” will take place at Lokstallarna, Södra Bulltoftavägen 51, 212 22 Malmö from 19 - 22 May 2022.