A Japanese approach to watchmaking, executed by hand.
We chronicle Omega's manufacturing of the Master Co-Axial, and the rigorous testing by the Swiss government's weights and measures agency.
Horological history of Germany explained at the watch museum in the centre of Glashütte.
We explain how an in-house movement - a real in-house movement - is made from start to finish at the vertically integrated manufactory of Glashütte Original.
Over a decade Louis Vuitton has been growing its watchmaking facilities, culminating in the opening of La Fabrique Du Temps Louis Vuitton in Geneva. Dedicated to movements and dial production, the manufacture is revealed here for the very first time in an exclusive tour.
Owned by a Italian businessman Sandro Fratini, the Hotel L'Orologio is a boutique hotel in Florence, Italy. Inspired by watch collecting, with horological objects scattered throughout the hotel, especially of the owner's three favourite brands, Patek Philippe, Rolex and Vacheron Constantin.
Hajime Asaoka is a Japanese independent watchmaker who only recently began making timepieces. Entirely self-taught, he works out of a converted apartment in Tokyo which is equipped to make nearly all of the components required for his timepieces.
Having previously been around Europe, Singapore is the first Asian stop for "Chronographs", an travelling exhibition of Patek Philippe chronographs. This is a showcase of 14 historical timepieces and 23 chronographs from the current range, providing a tangible timeline of Patek Philippe's rich history in chronographs.