LEMNOS was founded in 1947 as a brass casting manufacturer in Japan. They are famous for incorporating natural materials with Japanese traditional craftsmanship and modern aesthetics to create high quality and innovative products. The creative designs of their clocks and home accessories have garnered international recognition, winning many design awards over the years.
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MADE IN JAPAN
TAKATA Lemnos Inc. was founded in 1947 as a brass casting manufacturing industry in Takaoka-city, Toyama Prefecture, Japan and we launched out into the full-scale business trade with Seiko Clock Co., Ltd. since 1966.
An aluminum clock designed by Shin AZUMI and Tomoko AZUMI playing active based in London. The clock is characterized the rich quality by a built-in molding of aluminum to be designed simple and powerful. It is given the sharp impression to be harmonized completely with the texture of the aluminum and the index which is polished carefully.
Designed by Shin Azumi & Tomoko Azumi
After finishing his MA at the Royal College of Art in 1994, he started working as a design unit ‘AZUMI’.
In 2005, he established his own office ‘a studio’ in London.
Has received numerous design awards in Europe and in Japan, amongst which the Victoria & Albert Museum / Homes & Gardens Classic Design Award (UK), Classic Innovation Award by imm Cologne (Germany), Goo Design Award (JPN), and “Product of the Year” of FX International Design Award (UK)
He is a visiting professor of Osaka Univ. of Arts and a lecturer of Vitra Design Museum Workshop