Pendulum clocks are traditionally of the, well, traditional sort housed in grandfather clocks and the like, but not anymore. Christian Kim has reinterpreted the classic pendulum clock with ZWILLING, a modernized, wall-mounted version.

Both the clock face and the pendulum are the same size making the overall form a simple, minimalist design. The long pendulum swings from left to right within one second due to the magnetic pulse that allows it to keep time.

The clock is made of oak, walnut or pine wood and can be finished with a transparent or colored wax.

Photos by Annika Feuss.