Peter says: Back in August 2012 I submitted a design called “Grid” which displayed the time in a very simple analogue format using a projected grid onto slightly 3D looking hands or discs. This gave the watch a retro futuristic look but would have been tricky to make due to the projection element.
This design called “Deflection” gets around this issue but retains the retro futuristic look.
Moatasem says: As an Architect and a Design developer, the idea came from applying architectural principals to form a dynamic geometry that is both minimal and attractive. The flow of a basic module helps to create accurate spaces in buildings; that also applies to objects such as wrist watches. Continue reading →
Gordon says: This is ICON. A watch that can be customized by choosing from a palette of materials to fit the wearer’s style. I was going for a minimalistic style that was rugged and modern, but not too rugged. I think this watch is unique because it uses what i like to call a 11-4-11 method of telling time. That is to say 11 lights for the hours, 11 lights for the 5 minute intervals and 4 lights for the single minutes. Continue reading →
Jean-François says: Roman numeral is an ancient way to write numbers that has survived to this day. Inspired by the passage of this code through the century, like some kind of supernatural force, I designed the Werewolf watch.