Marc Newson with the Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos 568 he designed

Choosing Your Favorite Flavor: Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos 568 By Marc Newson

The Atmos 568 is Marc Newson’s third design for Jaeger-LeCoultre’s iconic range of perpetual clocks, but this one is different. Here Joshua Munchow explains what makes it different and the predicament he’s in when it comes to choosing a favorite.

Sattler Classica Secunda 1985

Sattler Classica Secunda 1985: A Must-Have Ultra-Luxury Object Or Simply The Ultimate Geek Toy?

An appreciation for inherent value and superior timeless aesthetics culminated with my first personal encounter with the Sattler Classica Secunda 1985, a rare modern precision pendulum clock. It adorned the hallway of the former Chronoswiss headquarters in Munich, Germany where I was working at the time. Upon sight, the immediate conviction overcame me that one day I would have to own one of these stunning marvels of wall art. Let me tell you why.

Dilip Sivaraman and Gato

How And Why To Build A Clock: Gato Long Clock By Dilip Sivaraman, AHCI Young Talent Finalist 2016

Meet 38-year-old Dilip Sivaraman from India, who entered the 2016 Young Talent Competition sponsored by the AHCI, F.P. Journe, and Horotec, where he was a finalist. Sivaraman had started out wanting to fix an antique clock he had bought, but ended up making his own clock, called Gato, escapement and all.