Tumbler Alarm Clock

Tumbler Alarm Clock

Designed by Norm Architects and Menu

Ever wondered if there was a more rewarding way to snooze your morning alarm? Norm Architects and Menu did, and in doing so came up with the Tumbler Alarm Clock. Once activated all you need to do is simply flip the clock on its head.

The Tumbler Alarm Clock is available in a variety of finishes, including white, stainless steel and brass, all made from powder-coast steel. Sitting at only 10cm this piece isn’t as intrusive as most but rather offers a beautiful relationship between design and function.

Based in Copenhagen, Denmark, Norm Architects took to the drawing board and designed the Tumbler Alarm Clock while partnering with Menu, who helped manufacture this minimalist product. Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen, Kasper Ronn and Linda Kordal, who head Norm Architects, promote an impressive portfolio within residential architecture, commercial interiors, industrial design and art direction. Their regular partner in crime, Menu, also sport a similar portfolio.  

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