The Birdwatchers On This Clock Are Trying To Spot A Rare Cuckoo

The Birdwatchers On This Clock Are Trying To Spot a Rare Cuckoo

The designers at Studio Kuadra have deconstructed the iconic cuckoo clock for this amusing new timepiece that introduces a pair of bird watchers, obsessively hoping to catch a glimpse of the cuckoo in a nearby tree at the top of the hour.

For those who love plants in their home but are notorious for absent-mindedly killing greenery, the tree portion of the Birdwatching clock is covered in a natural lichen that needs no maintenance whatsoever.

The Birdwatchers On This Clock Are Trying To Spot a Rare Cuckoo

At the top of the hour the tiny bird emerges from the tree and chirps away letting you know another 60 minutes of your life has disappeared — except at night thanks to a built-in light sensor that keeps the $US620 clock quiet when it's dark out. But nightfall doesn't deter those tiny bird watchers, they stay devoted to their cause 24/7. [Progetti via Fancy]

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