The London Weather Clock
~ Deposit for Artwork ~
Small (35cm diameter) £395* (£50 deposit)
Large (53cm diameter) £550* (£75 deposit) - Only available for Mainland UK
Also available with a personalised clock face. For further details please see the personalised clocks page
Brand new design created with British illustrator, Josh Patterson
‘Built to order’ and available in limited numbers
Choice of frame colour is made prior to dispatch from the workshop. Choose from black, grey, blue, chrome or copper*
Same ‘Mechanimated’ clock movements as other Weather Clock designs but shows London-inspired scenes
Perfect for any London home or even living and work spaces further afield with capital aspirations!
* £30 and £35 extra for Chrome and Copper frames respectively in Small. £35 extra for Chrome frame in Large. Copper frame only available in small size.
Due to the fragile nature of our clocks they require specialist courier delivery. The charge for this service is £30 or, alternatively, you can collect your clock from our London design studio at OXO Tower Wharf for free.
Clock with clever integrated barometer
‘Mechanimated’ London weather artwork on moving Foamex cards
Hand spun mild steel frame
German Quartz clock mechanism
Designed and built in Britain
For every clock sold, Bramwell Brown will donate to community projects via Spacehive
Runs on regular batteries - included, of course, with all clocks
Due to the fragile nature of the mechanism, specialist courier delivery is required at an additional charge of £30. Collection from our London design studio, as an alternative, is free
The London Weather Clock prototype - usually on show at the Bramwell Brown Studio, Oxo Tower Wharf, after launch during London Design Festival 2016:
Josh Patterson and the development of the London Clock:
Images from Josh's sketch book during design development prior to prototyping:
Josh is a Freelance Illustrator currently based in St Albans, UK. Graduating from Birmingham City University in 2015, he has illustrated for a variety of companies, brands, magazines and books. The majority of his work is highly conceptual and editorial based, as this allows him the freedom to express abstract and contemporary thinking. However, he is a versatile illustrator and hopes to soon produce work in every sector of the industry.