“The three-man team at Such + Such is all about keeping it real. From start to finish, it handles the production process for Block Clocks under its own Cincinnati roof, using only locally found hardwoods. Sculpturally striking, these carved walnut and maple clocks feature a natural grain with a preternatural presence.”
“Keeping in with the rise in popularity of an object for the home that is unique in some way, something that is specially made, locally made and not mass produced, Block Clocks are designed and carved by Such + Such’s trio of industrial designers. Each clock is individually numbered and offered in locally found hard woods.
I am also loving their white oak stools and benches pictured below. Built for strength and longevity, these pieces are designed to age gracefully. The cross detail is a beautiful touch. Thismirrorby them is also fantastic.”
We’ve really been putting our laser to the test making the packaging for our Block Clocks. We have been etching anodized aluminum for the battery cover, cutting chip board for gridded inserts, and even making rubber stamps.
“Such + Such has some really nice pieces in their body of work. Modern clocks, tables, benches and lighting are just a few of the one of a kind designs that are produced at Such + Such. I really appreciate the subtle details that go into these pieces including the finishes, choices of material and inlays.”
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“The three-man team at Such + Such is all about keeping it real. From start to finish, it handles the production process for Block Clocks under its own Cincinnati-based roof, using only locally found hard woods. These carved walnut and maple clocks feature a natural grain, but a preternatural presence.”
Block Clocks are designed and carved by Such + Such’s trio of industrial designers. Produced in Cincinnati, the Block Clocks are an exploration of both traditional craft and digital manufacturing. Each clock is individually numbered and offered in locally found hard woods. Driven by a battery powered Quartz movement.