Mattice Boets Reverse Clock
Reverse Clock is Golden Design Award winner in 2018 - 2019 Furniture Design Award Category.
Reverse Clock

While time flies by, clocks have stayed the same. Reverse is not an ordinary clock, it's the reversal, a minimalistic clock design with subtle changes making it one of a kind. The hand facing inward rotates inside the outer ring to indicate the hour. The little hand facing outward stands alone and rotates to indicate the minutes. Reverse was created by removing all elements of a clock except its cylindrical base, from there imagination took over. This clock design aims to remind you to embrace time.

Reverse Clock
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Mattice Boets Clock
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Mattice Boets

Mattice Boets is an award-winning Belgian designer who brings art and design together using cutting-edge technology. With clients in London, New York, and Paris, Mattice Boets provides tailored design services to companies internationally and shares the art of design with the world through his own creations. He brings art to design and design to art. From fine jewelry to Spacedomes for remote living, his work spans a wide variety of fields, including industrial design, jewelry, architecture, sculpture, and digital art. It has been Mattice's privilege to work with some of the most renowned designers and artists in the world, including visionary designer Ross Lovegrove and internationally acclaimed artist Daniel Widrig. Born in Belgium, Mattice holds a Master of Architecture from the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, and a bachelor's degree in industrial product design, magna cum laude, from the University of Applied Sciences Howest, Belgium. His team's research, as part of the Material Architecture Lab, led by Daniel Widrig and Dr. Guan Lee, revolved around the cultivation and design of living material on an architectural scale, a first for the lab since its inception in 2004. In 2019, Mattice won the Gold and Bronze A' Design Award with the Reverse clock and Liquid table design as the youngest winner since its establishment in 2009. He was also honored to be included in the World Design Rankings. His work has been widely published in dozens of international design magazines such as Designboom, Design Milk, gooood, national Belgian newspapers and Italian newspaper The Corriere della Sera. In addition, his work has been exhibited in Como, Italy, the Museum of Outstanding Design MOOD and the Texture Museum in Kortrijk, Belgium.

Mattice Boets

Mattice Boets is a designer and innovative thinker whose work is deeply inspired by the dynamic and fluid structures found in nature. Guided by his instinct in the design process, he aims to give everything he creates a unique twist. Discovering his passion for industrial design during the two years of studying Industrial Arts at PIKOH in Hasselt, Belgium. Continuing his pursuits in industrial design, Mattice Boets is currently studying Industrial Product Design at Howest in Kortrijk, Belgium.