Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Buben & Zorweg's Object Of Time Aston Martin One77 Is A Masterpiece


In 2015, BUBEN&ZORWEG celebrates two decades in the global luxury business, being today a burgeoning luxury empire with a manufactory in the heart of Germany’s engineering region near Stuttgart. It has an international presence in over 100 countries, seven stand-alone boutiques and twenty in-shop boutiques. With an accent on sleek, head-turning design and cutting edge technology, BUBEN&ZORWEG creates bespoke objects and interiors to showcase watches, jewellery and collectibles in private residences, on and in palaces round the world, in contemporary, traditional and royal settings.


It has collaborated with the likes of Aston Martin, counts illustrious and influential people amongst its clientele, and it continues to grow in terms of its reach and products offerings.
„We’re thrilled to mark our 20th anniversary. True luxury is to be found in the details and BUBEN&ZORWEG is rarefied luxury at its best. We invest thought into every detail – from searching far and wide to hand select rare macassar ebony with the perfect grain and colour, to the way the doors of the BUBEN&ZORWEG Object of Time Aston Martin One77 glide open and close remotely at the touch of a button,” says Christian Zorweg.



The BUBEN&ZORWEG aesthetic takes inspiration from the early 20th century Art Deco period when purveyors of luxury combined sumptuous materials to result in extravagant and timeless objects of beauty. From a luxury safe constructed to house a collection of up to 100 fine watches, which also serves as a humidor, bar, weather station and music system, to an elaborate Object of Time watch wardrobe incorporating the latest watch winding technology, BUBEN&ZORWEG creations enable passionate watch lovers to savour and safeguard their most treasured possessions. BUBEN&ZORWEG also craft collectibles of their own, with a sought-after repertoire including magnificent limited edition tourbillon clocks crafted in the BUBEN&ZORWEG atelier d’horlogerie.




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