Functional everyday accessories, wristwatches offer a unique playground for a designer to innovate and redefine the traditional archetypes found in timepieces. Eschewing bland design, Luminaire's curated range of wristwatches highlight stunning culminations of meticulous detail and passion for modern, diligent forms as imagined by a legendary roster of designers. From the Vignelli's signature clear, graphic iteration of time telling, to Uniform Wares pared down and distinct form, each watch in the collection highlights the spectacular design possibilities of carefully considered timepieces.
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/images/products/thumbs/592.jpg A stripped down unisex wristwatch inspired by the graphics of British industrial wall clocks, Uniform Wares 100 Series Wristwatch features a circular watch face with white hands and lines that comes in an array of muted shades. 103 Series Wristwatch Uniform Wares
/images/products/thumbs/722.jpg Unmistakably Uniform Wares, the 104 Series is the latest update to the 100 collection. Its uncluttered, straightforward design is inspired by the simplicity and utilitarian functionality of mid-century factory wall clocks made by British manufacturers. 104 Series Wristwatch Uniform Wares
/images/products/thumbs/202.jpg Designed by Massimo and Leila Vignelli, the 12 Figures Watch takes timekeeping to its most reduced essence. According to the designer, the watch is an unobtrusive way to tell time without the possibility of mistakes. The hours are there, but small enough not to be obtrusive, just like little dots. 12 Figures Wristwatch Lella & Massimo Vignelli
/images/products/thumbs/723.jpg Refined in every detail, Uniform Wares 302 Series Wristwatch echoes the utilitarian beauty of mechanical stopwatches. The watch delivers 7 indications: three hands for standard time in hours, minutes and seconds, three hands for the split chronograph functions, plus the date aperture window at 4 o'clock. 302 Series Wristwatch Uniform Wares
/images/products/thumbs/325.jpg A legendary icon for the wrist by prolific industrial designer Dieter Rams, the Braun Chronograph Wristwatch BN-24WHG is a striking combination of functionalism and good design which adheres the to the Rams' famous "10 Principles of Good Design." Braun Chronograph Wristwatch Dieter Rams & Dietrich Lubs
/images/products/thumbs/326.jpg A legendary icon for the wrist by prolific industrial designer Dieter Rams, the Braun Wristwatch BN2BKBKG is a striking combination of functionalism and good design which adheres the to the Rams' famous "10 Principles of Good Design." Braun Wristwatch Dieter Rams & Dietrich Lubs
/images/products/thumbs/731.jpg Combining analog and digital displays, Fellina Sok Cham's Hobo Watch allows the user to keep track of two time zones with one glance. The delightful watch has a rugged feel with the combination of aluminum housing an fabric strap. Hobo Wristwatch Fellina Sok Cham
/images/products/thumbs/724.jpg Sophisticated in its simplicity, Matthew Hilton's first watch, the MH01, speaks of quality production and precise engineering. Paired down and refined in every detail, the stainless steel case and face are crafted as one singular component. MH01 Wristwatch Matthew Hilton
/images/products/thumbs/203.jpg For Ora Lattea, Denis Guidone uses two dots to represent the hands; the larger dot represents the hour while the smaller dot represents the minute. Featuring unique design cues and inventive ways of signaling what the time is, this wristwatch combines clean, essential lines with irony to form a unique version of minimalism. Ora Lattea Wristwatch Denis Guidone
/images/products/thumbs/597.jpg Distingushed from traditional wristwatches, the organic, irregular face of Denis Guidone's Stone is inspired by the smooth contours of weather-worn stones and pebbles. With its minimal face and slim hands, the watch is designed to be read at a glance. Stone Wristwatch Denis Guidone
/images/products/thumbs/733.jpg Inspired by the traditional form of the pocket watch, Mathieu Lehanneur's Take Time Watch modernizes the classic timepiece with a contemporary form and modern materials. The ultra-flexible strap features a loop that lets you hang it from wherever you need. Take Time Watch Mathieu Lehanneur
/images/products/thumbs/204.jpg A simple decentralization of the minute hand determines unusual graphic configurations in Denis Guidone's Tempo Libero watch. With the passing of time, the clock draws geometric shapes in continuous transformation. Tempo Libero Wristwatch Denis Guidone
/images/products/thumbs/395.jpg Driven by the desire to remove as much clutter as possible from the face of a watch without making it unreadable, designer Naoto Fukasawa created the Twelve Watch for Issey Miyake. Twelve Wristwatch Naoto Fukasawa