Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Be the first to get the New Projects Cubit, Terra Time, Crossover & Reveal Watches


New Concepts & Fresh Designs

The Latest From Projects Watches

One of our most popular watch collections, Projects never fails to surprise with new & innovative timepieces from architects and designers from around the world. Challenging, deconstructing and minimizing the concept of time, Projects watches always seem to scratch that itch of finding the perfect design and displaying the time in a simple yet stylish way.
Terra-Time is inspired by a combination of landscape references; contour maps, topographical models, stone quarry excavations and agricultural terraces – this watch has been conceived as an ‘earthwork on your wrist;’ where the sculptural qualities of light and shadow add poetic dimensions to the time-keeping services.
Unusual hands that appear to be precariously balanced rotate around the dial. Crossover is a modern watch with tapered white, black and red hands.
Modeled after the game of “pick up stix”, Crossover has thin hands that are slightly askew to the center giving this timepiece modern stature.
Designer Denis Guidone's process was born under the concept of subtraction, an ideology that follows the unification of opposites through a constant approach on the edge of architecture and visual communication, and at the same time mediated by an expressive intensity that addresses work on the basis of subtraction.
The Cubit Watch, Michael Graves’ latest timepiece for Projects has a parallelogram shaped dial. Cubit has both a hexagonal glass lens and 3-dimensional hexagonal dial and date feature. The Cube’s color pallet features an indigo blue dial with blue, red & yellow hands. A true architect designed watch down to the detail of of the cubed calendar/date feature!
It takes its cues from the axonometric drawing method employed by architects to portray an object or building. The identifiable Graves color palette assists defining the subtle edges of the cube which is neatly positioned with the watch’s hexagonal bezel.
With Reveal, time is always in the present.
Now in a much larger 40mm case, this timekeeper reveals the current time through a looking glass while fading the past and the future. If you are a person of the present, this watch is made specifically for you.
This classic minimalist watch becomes even more contemporary in a bigger, bolder size that compliment’s the design’s unique subtlety.