Turning to a new architecture inside and out for its coveted Tourbillon 24 Secondes Architecture watch, Greubel Forsey deftly blends sculptural components seemingly suspended in space with a three-dimensional design and a new convex conical titanium case. A journey around the dial reveals significant views of the 354-part caliber, including a large, inclined spherical tourbillon and open-worked bridge, barrel bridge at 10 o’clock, power reserve indicator and more. A total of 65 pieces will be made over the course of four years.
Approx. $458,000, available at Shreve, Crump & Low in Boston, +1 617 267 9100, greubelforsey.com