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    Some free Design Classic models for including in renderings

    For Christmas I just treated myself to a George Nelson ball clock for the office (the version with the multi-coloured balls, if you know what I am talking about).

    I noticed that Vitra who produce these have free downloads of 3D models of many/most/all of their design classics in a variety of formats.

    As a tryout I downloaded the ball clock in a few formats and pulled the .dae version into a Lumion kitchen scene. It's the plain wooden ball version but for free this seems excellent (I have in the past attempted to model one of these clocks from scratch )

    Here is the website if anyone else might find these models useful for entourage:
    https://www.vitra.com/en-gb/office/downloads


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    On looking through all the files and products I see that much of it is office furniture, but still useful.

    I could not resist the Eames elephant - originally in plywood Vitra now sell a plastic version.

    (That's enough playing around.. 'Christmas is an event, not a process!' as one of my old bosses used to say )


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    FWIW the actual clock modelled in the OP arrived from Vitra in Switzerland in time for Christmas - a new office clock for 2021 (designed in 1949 ?)


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    I am a bit of a clock fan, so that's pretty cool. As I was getting my 2nd bedroom cleaned out to make it an "office", I thought I might need to relocate a clock ... but now I realize I can see the time on all three screens, so I guess I don't really need to. But if I find a cool one, I just might anyway.

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    I really want a NICE 24 hour clock (where noon looks like 6). But all of the ones i find look... medicinal.

    http://timekeepersboutique.com/Comme...le-Q-12-Quartz

    I thought about making one, but who has free time these days?

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    I've always fancied one of these clocks after seeing one in an interior designer's studio years ago, but they are very expensive:

    https://qlocktwo.com/eu/qlocktwo-cla..._from_store=us

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