This wrist watch designed by Studio 22 features a concrete face set into a stainless steel case with a sapphire glass lens and set onto a leather strap.


Linking time and space

On this number-free watch, each hour is progressively raised like the so the timepiece looks like an aerial view of an infinite spiral staircase. This particular design symbolyses the concept of linking time and space.

Dimensions – 1.7″ x 0.6″
Materials – 316L Stainless Steel Case, High Density Concrete, Sapphire Glass Lens
Movement – MIYOTA

Price: $399


Also exist as a wall clock




Price: $375


This post is also available in: French


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