Here at Freshome we like discovering new ways to innovate the home you live in, such is also the case of geometric minimalism. From elegant elements of décor to fun or unusual items, we bring the best home accessories and break you in on them. 3P Clock, for instance, caught our attention with its clever twist on time-telling. We’ve discovered it on yankodesign and we decided to share it with you too, dear readers. You will be tempted to say that “time is merely an illusion” after getting a better understanding of what 3P is all about. 3P stands for three vanishing points. The clock looks like a cube but in effect it’s a hexagon-shaped decorative item featuring a cherry wood finish. Creating the illusion of a 3D cube, 3P fits the style of those who relish minimalism.
The timepiece is the result of a collaboration between Robocut studio, a digital fabrication company based in Montreal and Baron Magazine. Despite the lack of numbers, 3P is an easy-to-read clocks. Its corners roughly match up with 12:00, 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00 and 10:00. The item costs $80 and it can be ordered from Robocut Studio’s website.