At the nexus between home design, horology, sculpture, and fashion you’ll find Sasa, a fresh expression of passing time. Rather than letting time control your life with schedules and limits, Sasa allows a more peaceful reminder of the flow of time. Each five minutes another bead clicks down. You can tell the hours by counting the number of colored beads that have fallen, and the minutes with the lighter beads.
Tired of the reminder? Take the beads down and wear them as a necklace.
Sasa, in Kiswahili culture, means “What is now.” By minimizing the focus on each minute that has past or is to come, we can instead live in the present.
There are four versions available, with blue or natural beads and longer 24-hour chains or 12-hour chains. This timepiece makes an impressive statement in any decor.