The Station Wrist Watch, a testament to the remarkable ingenuity of Arne Jacobsen, has long been regarded as a symbol of Danish design innovation. First conceptualized in 1939, this masterpiece pairs practical function with an aesthetically pleasing form, making it a timeless addition to any watch enthusiast’s collection.
Constructed with a solid stainless steel case, the Station Wrist Watch’s design is grounded in durability and resilience. Its aesthetic charm is not compromised, however, as the watch exhibits a striking concave dial that plays with light and depth, creating a sense of visual intrigue. Housed under a hardened double convex M2 glass, the dial is not only an exquisite sight but also highly resilient against scratches and minor impacts.
The watch’s resilience is further evidenced in its 3 ATM water resistance, making it capable of withstanding accidental splashes, brief immersion, or light rain, assuring that everyday adventures will not tarnish its beauty or functionality. At the heart of this sophisticated timepiece lies the MIYOTA GL26 movement, renowned for its reliability, precision, and the seamless execution of time-keeping duties.
Contributing to its premium feel, the Station Wrist Watch is paired with a finely crafted calf leather band. This band, supple and comfortable against the skin, is secured with a brushed steel buckle, ensuring both security and style. The combination of the steel case with the leather band serves to merge a modern industrial look with classic sophistication, making the watch versatile for various fashion statements.
The Arne Jacobsen wrist watches are not simply an elegant re-interpretation of Danish design history; they are much more. They serve as a beacon for a new generation of design ideas, inspired by Arne Jacobsen’s legacy. The Station Wrist Watch proudly stands alongside illustrious Jacobsen creations like ‘The Egg’, ‘The Swan’, ‘The Ant’, ‘The Series 7’, and many others, each a unique reflection of the master’s inventive mind. In essence, the Station Wrist Watch is more than just a timepiece, it is a wearable piece of design history, celebrating the past while looking forward to the future of Danish design.
Designer: Arne Jacobsen
Arne Jacobsen (1902-1971) was a leading architect and designer, best known for his modernistic architecture and iconic chair designs. Born in Copenhagen, he studied at the prestigious Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, graduating in 1927. While still a student, he won his first award for a chair design, a silver medal at the Paris Art Deco fair. In 1930, he opened his own studio, starting a prolific career that would ultimately influence generati... See more
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