Jette Scheib
(DE)


Jette Scheib studied industrial design at the University of the Arts (UdK), Berlin, and has worked since 2005 as an independent product designer specializing in home accessories. Her work can be plain and pure or narrative and playful, but often with a little twist that adds a new context or dimension to a functional object. Inspiration is everywhere: whether it is art, music, people and their stories, habits, clichés or simply life itself that feeds her creativity. She lives and works in Berlin.

Zoltan B. Kecskeméti
(HU)


Zoltan B. Kecskeméti was born in Hungary, and has been working as a 3D artist on video games and animated movies since 2000.
He uses his spare time to realize his own ideas and to visualize his plans, like the Motion Clock.
It started with an idea, then he created a prototype and uploaded a video to Youtube. NeXtime saw the video and they have been working together ever since.

Paolo Renna

Paolo Renna
(NL/IT)


Paolo Renna designs from a strong inner passion: respect and love for nature and the beauty of life. He believes that real beauty comes from the inside and that people show their true selves through what they wear. For each person is unique and has a desire for love, friendship and harmony. That is Paolo Renna’s basic principle for designing timeless style elements that each represent a part of a personality. Paolo Renna: “To be or not to be on time!”

Frits Vink
(NL)


Born in the Netherlands graduated in Industrial design at the university in The Hague and graduated in Design at the art academy in Arnhem . After this, he worked for the NASA to develop and design new products for the space industry. Frits Vink soon started his own design office to design products for the consumer marked. His innovative designs were successfully presented at international design fairs and exhibited in museum of art. Frits Vink is famous for his all time bestseller-- our Plug-inn clock. A success story! Now Frits Vink lives in a beautiful country Brazil, where he is designing new products for the growing NeXtime company. With his new designs, he is affected to bring beauty, quality and happiness into your life. Never have Time? Make Time!

Steve Buss
(US)


Steve was born in 1953, Brooklyn, New York. He studied at the School of Visual Arts - N.Y.C. His sculptures were first shown at Revel gallery in N.Y.C. and his functional objects first sold through museum stores (Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco, Houston Museum of Fine art, the Wexner museum, the Guggenheim museum, The Philadelphia Museum or Art, and the Museum of Contemporary art in Chicago). His inspiration: Philosophy, nature, skyscrapers, The Allman and Marx Brothers.

Tanja Soeter
(NL)


Product designer and stylist of home accessories. Her work consists and arises from subtle inspiring colours, architecture shapes and structures of nature, words & typography, light and the way it moves, sounds from traffic noise & birds to music. All of this distills in a subtle graphic intuitive design style with a positive presence. Commissioned work at De Bijenkorf, V&D, pt, Jansen&co, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum and F.M. Jansen Carpets and others.

studioPANG
(IT)


Fabio Damiani and Marco Quistini created studioPANG in October 2012, with the common idea that by combining different skills and passions, the project approach is enriched with new issues and perspectives. Design, architecture and communication are places of comparison before becoming a projectual theme. After few months, they got awarded at various competitions of design, architecture and graphic. StudioPANG is an open laboratory of constant research and development of ideas and projects: an open and dynamic environment that involves different experiences to create a professional multi-faceted reality.

Ewald Winkelbauer
(DE)


"Comprehend with all senses" is the philosophy of the German designer Ewald Winkelbauer's work. This shows amongst others in pens, household aids, lamps and urban furniture for renowned companies. He won plenty of national and international design awards and is shown in the MIK museum in Ludwigsburg. Probably not a hand which hasn't held his redesign of the Stabilo Boss Textmarker. His passion for designing clocks began when he was still a student. Not to capture time with numbers is his ambition, rather providing space for time.

Chantal Drenthe
(UK)


London based Dutch designer Chantal Drenthe gets her inspiration from daily routine. Combined with her background in industrial design, she enjoys the creation of functional and aesthetic everyday products. Objects from her hand can be recognised by the play on form, words or life. It is the kind of items that make you question the normal and put a smile on your face.

Caruso D'Angeli Studio
(IT)


“What we do, it cannot be defined. Just ‘work’: it’s passion, creativity, research and the will to know. In a graphic, product or exhibit design project, what we consider important is surprising, making people happy, and telling stories.”

Antonio-Lanzillo

Antonio Lanzillo & Partners
(IT)


Antonio Lanzillo & Partners is an Industrial Design Studio in Milan – Italy founded in 2001. It is an interdisciplinary Studio where a team of creatives think and develop new products and communication strategies, working with different companies to create innovations. Through innate curiosity, respect for the past and an enthusiastic look to the future, the Studio creates and develops products where creativity and innovation merge in an alchemic concussion of research and intuition. Some of their customers are Indesit Group, Kitchen Lube, Pantone, Mobirolo Stairs and Technogym.

Antonio-Lanzillo

Yvon Boudry
(FR)

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He graduated as mechanics draftsman in 1974. Fascinated by Op Art and North American Modernism, Yvon started working at NO STUDIO, a studio in Canada that created special silkscreen prints. Upon his return to france in 1980, he established his own graphic design and custom silkscreen printing studio.

Andree Prigent
(FR)


Andrée Prigent was born in Brest, France in June 1963. She studied at the Beaux-Arts in Rennes, where she lives and works. She is active in publicing, creation of post cards (Nouvelles images...), textile designs (La Redoute, Fly shops), of course clock designs (NeXtime in the Netherlands) and recently the creation of carton masks (Mitik). Her preferred technique: linocut, since it always a surprise when you lift up the sheet!

Salvatore Aiello
(IT)

 

Salvatore Aiello was born in 1981 in Caserta (ITALY) where he still lives. Passion for project and curiosity motivated his self-study of industrial design after graduating as a surveyor. Salvatore is a freelancer. Since 2005, he has designed different types of products for some local companies. "Very important to my knowledge has been the relationship with experts from many sectors of industry. But I have to thank Daniela Caserta first, she is my best and honest confidant as well as an excellent graphic designer." "The frenetic rhythms that mark the time give rise to a desire to escape in all of us. A proper study of the space allows us to run to shelters... objects are our allies able to communicate and transmit emotions throught forms. The expedient ideal is characterized by the right combination of function and irony."

Walter Jonker

Walter Jonker
(NL)


Walter Jonker is a Dutch designer who graduated from the Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam in 1994. He worked with Aldo Rossi in Milan. Since then he has created a wide range of interior product designs specializing in clocks and lamps; original and practical objects with an unexpected twist.

Tycho Merijn Roest
(NL)


Tycho Merijn (born 2-12-1975 in Rotterdam) has worked as an independent publicity photographer since 1998, after he finished his study at the MTS Fotonica in Ede. He works from his daylightstudio in the centre of Eindhoven, mainly for publicity offices and companies.

Erwin Klijn
(NL)


Erwin Klijn (born 1990, Baarn) is a Dutch product designer, who learned his skills at Windesheim university of applied sciences in Zwolle. “My heart lies with designing products that make a difference in people’s lives. Mostly these would be practical advantages, but sometimes I also like to create more graphic design based products which people can use to express their identity and personal taste.” An interesting fact: The first products designed by Erwin Klijn that are sold on the global marked are his NeXtime clock designs.

Alain Frie
(NL)


Creating clocks is something Alain was born with. As a kid he helped after school at the assembly line or packing the clocks. 25 years later he came into the business and changed his fathers company to modern clock producer. We create and produce our designs in China and sell worldwide. Nextime is one of the biggest contemporary clock sellers in the world. Alain's new clock concept and ideas is something that happens during countless visits to the factories and his permanent hunt for new materials, shapes and artwork. His designs are known to be innovative, clean and fun.

Deal Design
(NL)


Original Dutch design with an international touch. That is the best way to describe the designs of Deal Design. They are based in the Netherlands and try to make items that people will instantly notice. Their goal is to always add something innovative or fun in their designs. Working with NeXtime is something they have always looked forward to. Time is an important aspect of everyday life. Being able to design time-related items that people use daily and that they will enjoy looking at them, has therefore, a very special place in Deal Design's heart.

Rolf Engelen & Roger Teeuwen
(NL)


Visual artist Rolf Engelen creates three-dimensional poetry, indoors and out.

Roger Teeuwen is an independent graphic designer. In his work he plays with additions and redefinitions, simultaneously questioning and offering context to readers and users.

Their designs indicate the time in two ways. The time that is free and indefinite and the time we are all familiar with. Designs: Free Time

Hans Muller &
Hans van Dongen
(NL)


“Time will tell...”

Mark Kooij
(NL)


Mark has a broad range of interests, and that reflects itself into a divers spectrum of advertising concepts, inventions and, in this case, industrial designs. Funny, bizarre, simple or complex. If there is anything typical about his designs, it could be the fact that they always seem to stand, maybe just a little, out of the ordinary. Like the designer himself.

Marc Th. van der Voorn
(NL)


Designer Marc Th. Van der Voorn (1974) is an allrounded designer. He graduated from Minerva Art Academy, Groningen (NL) in 2001, with a major in interior design. He is artdirector and designer at his lighting label AAN-UIT and designs for other brands like NeXtime, Vreemde-Vogels and Odesi. His style is about details and surpise. Next to the AAN-UIT collection, he also designs for: Vreemde-Vogels (2006) and NeXtime.

NeXtime

NeXtime
(NL)


Established in 1970, NeXtime is the most wanted clock brand in the world. Dutch design with an international twist from our own design team created some of the most internationally recognized and prize-awarded clock designs over the years. Our designs are renowned worldwide thanks to its originality and creativity. We love designing clocks for you and hope that you will enjoy our designs for a very long time.