Twenty Four Hours

Twenty Four Hours is a wall clock in steel and glass. Similar to a clock in a swimming pool or a soccer stadium it is readable in motion, with a kind of acute perception.

Manufactured in Sweden and Germany.


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With the clock Twenty Four Hours Mats Theselius and Andreas Roth continue their examination of stripped objects.

Twenty Four Hours is made by the same principles as a clock in a swimming pool or a soccer stadium – it is readable in motion, with a kind of acute perception. Structurally the clock consists of a chassis that holds the parts in place. But instead of making the cover as a box, the sides are removed. This reveals the clock’s stratification in depth: the glass, hands, face and in the back the clockwork and chassis backing. The framework becomes the product itself.

Steel, glass and silkscreen printing are made in Sweden. Hands and clockwork are German.


Mats Theselius, Andreas Roth

Steel frame, glass cover

Frame colour
Black (RAL 9005) or white (RAL 7044)

Dimensions (mm)
Height 250, width 250, depth 55

Any RAL colour


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