The Octo Finissimo collection is among the most hanging collections of the final decade. With it, Bulgari has secured an spectacular collection of world data for thinness. However greater than the rest, the Octo Finissimo is a method assertion. Fabrizio Buonamassa and the Bulgari crew have created a contemporary icon, whose ultra-thin profile broke into the market in muted monochrome apparel. Many iterations of the mannequin have been launched through the years. On the event of the Geneva Watch Days, Bulgari unveils an distinctive restricted version created with Japanese architect Kazuyo Sejima.
Winner of the 2010 Pritzker Prize and of the Golden Lion on the Venice Structure Biennale in 2004, Japanese architect Kazuyo Sejima is understood for her clear modernist designs. Her use of supplies, contrasts, gentle, transparency, and the play between the seen and the invisible are defining parts of her works. Unveiled on the event of the Geneva Watch Days, her collaboration with Bulgari has given delivery to a hanging, distinctive tackle the Octo Finissimo Automated. And it’s fairly mesmerising within the metallic.
This Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automated Sejima stands out with authentic performs of sunshine created by a completely polished case and bracelet and a mirror dial paired with a dot sample metallised onto the sapphire crystal. All of this creates stunning, ever-changing perceptions. The dot sample usually feels invisible however is actually intriguing.
At 40mm in diameter, the chrome steel case relies on the S model of the mannequin, that means that it’s fitted with a screw-down crown and is waterproof to a snug 100m depth. Its architectural design and slim profile – solely 6.40mm in peak – add to the particular really feel of the watch on the wrist. Turning the watch over, the exhibition caseback options Sejima’s signature and the limited-edition caption. It additionally reveals the ultra-thin computerized calibre BVL138 wound by a micro-rotor. 36.60mm in diameter, and a couple of.23mm in peak, it beats at 3Hz frequency and boasts 60 hours of energy reserve when totally wound.
The Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automated Sejima (reference 103710) is a restricted version of 360 watches delivered in a particular presentation metal field reproducing the mannequin’s attribute mirror impact. The value is about at EUR 14,700 or CHF 13,600.
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