Literature Clock

The Literary Clock depicts the current time in the form of literary quotations and serves as an example of material and architectural design principles through its use of wood.

In addition to telling the time, the Author Clock also tells a story in its own right. The Author Clock requires you to complete more than just reading time; it also requires reading samples from literary works. Johannes Enevoldsen is the artist who maded it.

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