Wood wool is a material made from leftover slivers cut from logs – it’s mainly used in packaging, filling, or bonded to form boards. As a celebration of this wonderful eco-friendly material, Italian designer Valerio Romondia created a simple eco-friendly clock using a single wood wool brick and a standard set of recycled aluminum hands. Measuring 7x4x3 inches and dubbed Kyoto Clock, this design elegantly combines minimalist and recycled design aesthetics.

+ Valerio Romondia

Via Designspotter