About the Designer
Constantin Boym Russia (1955 - )
Constantin Boym was born in Moscow, Russia in 1955, where he graduated from Moscow Architectural Institute. In 1984-85 he earned a Master's degree in Design from Domus Academy in Milan. He became a U.S. registered architect in 1988 and in 1986 he founded Boym Partners Inc in New York City. His studio's designs include tableware for Alessi and Authentics watches for Swatch, and exhibition installations for many American museums, including Museum of the City of New York and Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum. Constantin Boym is the author of the book New Russian Design, published by Rizzoli in 1992. From 1987 to 2000 he was a professor and program coordinator at Parsons School of Design in New York. Skyscraper vases are seemingly random assortments of miniature crystal towers. It appears almost immaterial in its multifaceted transparency. The vase assumes a different meaning when an organic form of a flower or branch is introduced inside. The composition is based on contrast between the liner and the organic, between transparency and materiality, between artificial and natural.
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|Product Type: Analog||Finish: Mahogany|
|Shape: Rectangular||Distressed: No|
|Primary Material: Metal||Numbered Clock: No|
|Life Stage: Adult||Country of Manufacture: United States|
A Great Conversation Piece
Gloria from Ypsilanti, MI – Verified Buyer
This is a novelty clock.so do not purchase it if you are looking for a clock that will allow you to tell the exact time. It does keep good time but due to the movement of the minute hand it is hard to tell the exact time. I have received many compliments on this clock and I do like it very much. It is indeed a conversation piece.
Jimmy from Clarksville, TN – Verified Buyer
I bought this as a gift for someone else. Thought it might look good where she works in a salon.
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