The BeeHiveClock is a new wooden table clock prototype by GorjupDesign company.Housing parts are precisely laser cut of birch plywood. 22 parts are carefully hand assembled and glued. The clock comes with silent/sweep mechanism.
A glulam (glued laminated timber) beam frames the ceiling over the kitchen; the ceiling is made up of a prefabricated triangular plywood module braced by plywood skin, acting as the floor for the upper storey.
This just looks great and adds interesting detail (this one is placed in a meeting room, but could be nice pretty much anywhere). Great use of a corner. Apartment and conference space in Warsaw by Maciej Kurkowski and Maciej Sutula