As fall approaches, daily schedules begin to rule our lives once again. These ten time-themed solutions go beyond aesthetic reconfiguration and redefine how we interact with this intangible phenomenon. 1. Visualiser Autrement by Eva Rielland Rather than just using visual references, time is measured by movement and touch. This minimalist narrative based ensemble of circular objects allows for intimate interactions. 2. Breathing Clock by Max Schmidt An encapsulated inflatable balloon replaces the ticking of a traditional clock. Mimicking human breathing patterns, it demonstrates perceived rather than exact time. 3. Ink Calendar by Oscar Diaz Slow absorbing Ink is applied to empty calendar numbers each day. A colour temperature scale determines the timely flow of ink. 4. A Million Times by Humans Since 1982 Clocks, in a pixelated grid, move together as one visually animated installation. Running from an analogue to digital representation, every second is clearly communicated. 5. Sweeper’s Clock by Maarten Baas Beach debris was used to form the shape of two clock hands. Filmed from above, two sweepers continuously pushed linear mounds into correct positions. By now, Baas’ clock series are classics. 6. Chrono Shredder by Susanna Hertrich Celebrating the remorse of lost moments, this poetic calendar is shredded every 3 minutes, after 24 hours an entire day disappears. Tattered remains indicate the passage of time. 7. Wall Clock by Sabine Marcelis Concealed behind a skin on the wall, small moving elements are mounted on two hidden disks. slightly show through, they represent the passage of time. 8. Vague Clock by Sejoon Kim Reducing information that incites anxiety, an opaque layer hides the clock. When touched, the squishy layer becomes translucent and communicates time clearly. 9. Shot Clock by Tom Chung As part of the Game On series, products redefining daily life, this clock wittily uses sports sounds to get you out of the office on time. 10. Wake n Shake by Pedro Alejandro Wunderlich With many ingenious alarm solutions out there, this app requires you to intensely shake your device until you´ve gotten out of bed.