Ben Rousseau’s Tempus Work Exhibited at the Maison Et Objet Fair

Ben Rousseau's Tempus Work

British designer Ben Rousseau exhibited his latest work named Tempus at the Maison et Objet fair. In this age when the time has a great value, Rousseau performed a special collection called Tempus, meaning time in Latin, that creates a better way of representing the importance of time.

The collection exhibited at the Maison Et Objet includes a limited edition Tempus collection. In the design of Rousseau, each piece is primarily a kinetic artwork that doubles as a futuristic clock without the usual construction methods to represent the time. In this sense, Rousseau’s Tempus work consists of three different rings, representing a 12-hour time frame. The center of these rings represents the seconds, the middle represents minutes, and the outer circle represents the hour. LEDs and a special automation system are used so that all the rings can work in a synchronized manner to reveal a clock application.

This important work of Rousseau is made up of unique antique glass surfaces. The designer worked with Glaast in RVA, an expert on glass printing technology, to produce these special glass surfaces. These specially designed stunning glass surfaces are designed to comply with all interiors and at the same time meet all spectrum of the light. In this context, the designer’s work attracted great attention at the Maison Et Objet exhibition.

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Ben Rousseau's Tempus Work Exhibited at the Maison Et Objet FairPhotography | Mitch Payne

Ben Rousseau's Tempus Work Exhibited at the Maison Et Objet Fair

Photography | Mitch Payne

Ben Rousseau's Tempus Work Exhibited at the Maison Et Objet Fair

Photography | Jake Fitzjones

Ben Rousseau's Tempus Work Exhibited at the Maison Et Objet Fair

Photography | Jake Fitzjones
Ben Rousseau's Tempus Work Exhibited at the Maison Et Objet FairPhotography | Jake Fitzjones