LA COLONNE DU TEMPS AND THE DESIGN GIANT
This sculptural 953-component mechanical clock measuring 40cm high was designed by Jorg Hysek in cooperation with Sinclair Harding. Above and beyond the originality and aesthetic appeal of this creation, watchmaking enthusiasts will appreciate the feats involved in its 1.60 meter-long fusee-and-chain transmission system, its eight-day power reserve and its digital display. 55-piece limited edition.
CARAN D’ACHE 1010 TIMEKEEPER
Handwritten script is becoming exceptional ? Let’s immortalize it with an exceptional 100% Swiss Made instrument inspired by watchmaking : an aperture evoking moon phases, Clous de Paris hohnail guilloché pattern, engraving, manual polishing, lacquering and PVD treatment, complete with two silvertoned and rhodium-plated caps (easier to change than a watch strap !) in fountain pen or rollerpen versions.
THE SIGNING MACHINE BY JAQUET DROZ
This patented and portable mechanical marvel comprising 585 parts serves to provide an elegantly perfect reproduction of a personal signature, as soon as its user unlocks the four-digit code protecting its activation.
STARS OF CRANS-MONTANA
Part of the Crans-Montana resort that is just as lively and well frequented in summer as it is in winter, the iconic five-star Crans Ambassador has joined the prestigious Michel Reybier Hospitality collection and a charming new duo has taken the helm of this flagship establishment. Discover its breathtaking panoramic views and its 1300 sqm spa, to be indulged in immoderately.
ARTISTICALLY SEQUENCED SPEED MACHINES
Sculptor Antoine Dufilho decomposes the curves of legendary boats and cars to transform them into miniature works of part, of which some are on show this summer at the M.A.D Gallery in Geneva. As the artist explains : “This sequenced representation provides a kinetic effect as the observer views the piece from different perspectives, causing the sensation of a static object in movement.”
YACHTING AND CANVAS
The vacation spirit and a beautifully calm sea grace the walls of the Galerie Kohler in Geneva, notably with this painting (acrylic and various techniques, 195 x 120cm) what else, Slim Aarons by Fred Bred.