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TRex Table Clock

T-Rex Rules the Table Clock Kingdom

September 18, 2019
They say that art begets more art; that the act of creativity continues to generate and inspire other creations in turn. This is certainly true in the case of T-Rex, the 11th collaboration between MB&F and Switzerland’s premier clockmaker L’Épée 1839. A minimalist clock-face of Murano glass and steel, suspended between two jointed legs that end in taloned feet —...
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L'Epee Hot Balloon Clock

Hot Balloon Clock Takes Flight

August 21, 2019
“To fly, float, glide, navigate in the air, traveling from place to place; to surpass oneself, to go further, higher, faster; or, at a leisurely pace, to take the time to have one’s head in the clouds. L’Épée 1839 has previously included a number of flying objects in its collections, but today it presents the first to have offered mankind...
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L'Epee Time Fast Blue

On Track with the Time Fast D8

July 2, 2019
L’Epée 1839 takes us behind the wheel of the Time Fast. This vintage-inspired race car and a modern clock in one is a kinetic sculpture that tells the time. It was designed by Georg Foster, a promising young newcomer and a major contributor to this second collaboration between ECAL (Ecole Cantonale d’art de Lausanne) and the Swiss manufacture. The piece...
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L'Epee Grant

Grant Transforms Time

June 2, 2019
MB&F and L’Epée 1839 present Grant, a triple-tracked, Mad-Max-cross-Transformer robot clock on a mission. In today’s fast-paced, always-on, 24/7 world, we are under constant bombardment from time: seconds race by; there is never enough; everyone wants more; and it keeps getting faster and faster. The nearest hour was once precise enough; now the world’s most accurate clocks are better than...
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Transforming Time with Grant

Transforming Time with Grant

August 29, 2018
MB&F and L’Epée 1839 present Grant, a triple-tracked, Mad-Max-cross-Transformer robot clock on a mission. In today’s fast-paced, always-on, 24/7 world, we are under constant bombardment from time: seconds race by; there is never enough; everyone wants more; and it keeps getting faster and faster. The nearest hour was once precise enough; now the world’s most accurate clocks are better than...
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