Man has been in dance with time since time began. Architect Daniel Libeskind has translated this concept into the eloquent “dancing time” watch.
Time acquires a metaphorical dimension as the red second hand rotates independently while the dancing movement of the black hour figure is permanently shadowed by the gray minute figure.
Hour hand: black figure with red dot to indicate precise time
Minute hand: gray figure with red dot to indicate precise time
Daniel Libeskind’s work has been exhibited in museums and art galleries worldwide, and his conception-bending buildings have graced the covers of Time magazine, Newsweek, Architectural Record and the Wall Street Journal.
“Dancing Time” is his first watch and first design for PROJECTS — a products company whose purpose has been to raise the collective consciousness of design, regardless of what form it may take: watches, alarm clocks, wall clocks, mailboxes, weathervanes, house numbers, bath accessories or homewares.