Peter says: Since my participation in the blog I have had a few ideas for watch design inspired by cube like forms. 3D Unlimited is one of my favourite TF designs and I love the simple but cryptic looking geometry. I have often thought it would be great if it was possible to create an analogue version. “Anacube” was the result. This design also takes a few cues form the internationally recognised puzzle “Rubik” cube.
Heather says: I was playing around with radially distorted digits arranged within a circular display. By using the sectors of the display to the right and left, the time creates a silhouette that is reminiscent of a butterfly, so I call this concept Monarch.
Dr. Gäbler says: The idea came up in the discussion with my daughter Marianne. It was the intention to save the design of the “Pimpin’ ain’t easy” watches, in an new extraordinary miniaturisation. My Brother, an architect, was helping with the Design and CAD.
Patrick says: Often my friends tell me that at Tokyoflash watches are very beautiful, but they are complicated to decipher. So for once (the exception proves the rule), I reflected on a watch very easy to read, so that as many can benefit from advanced technology and unique know-how of the team Tokyoflash.
Kisai X is the latest concept design to become reality from the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog. The concept was posted on the blog back in December 2011 and was jointly designed by Firdaus Rohman from Malaysia and Heather Sable from the USA. Continue reading →