About the Designer
Pio Manzu Italy (1939 - )
Born in Bergamo in 1939, son of the sculptor Giacomo, Pio Manzu studied at the Hochschule f?r Gestaltung in Ulm. In 1962, together with Michael Conrad, he won the competition held by Revue Automobile for a new concept of coup? to be applied on the Austin Healey 100 chassis. In 1968 he entered the Centro Stile FIAT as consultant, devoting himself with the study of small sized cars. He died in 1969.
|Country of Manufacture: Italy|
I needed a clock I can see at a glance
Wendy from Boston, MA – Verified Buyer
Love this clock! I needed something I could see at a glance. All the other clocks I bought and returned looked great but I had to study them to figure out what time it was. On the other clocks the alarm hand and second hand made it to busy. This clock looks good and is simple to decipher at a glance. Makes life easier to be places on time. It sits proudly on my media credenza. Under the tv that's on the wall so I don't miss my favorite shows.
debra from Lincoln, NE – Verified Buyer
Love this clock! I ordered the orange which sits on a black granite counter -- easy to read and keeps good time.
annie schank from stuart, FL – Verified Buyer
Nice modern desk clock. Time is easy to read doesn't take up much room. I highly recommend it. Buy it!
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