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Franck Muller has launched an enormous construction site to construct two new buildings on its magnificent Watchland premises in Genthod. The aim of the operation is to expand the some 16,000 m² of its vertically integrated production facility. In parallel, Franck Muller is planning to renovate the famous Tour de l’Île in Geneva that the group acquired in 2015.
Themed around the 25th anniversary of Franck Muller, the World Presentation of Haute Horlogerie (WPHH) ended on an extremely positive note. The new models presented – including the Gravity™ Skeleton, the Vanguard™ Skeleton Sapphire and the Vanguard™ 7 Days Power Reserve Skeleton
To mark its 25th anniversary, Franck Muller is treating its WPHH show – held from January 15th to 20th 2017 – to a brand-new setting in one of the annexes of the chateau of the Grand Malagny estate owned by the group. On this occasion exceptional timepieces have been created by the master watchmakers of our Manufacture and will be presented to our exclusive clientele , press and distributors.
The Gravity line continues to evolve introducing a new skeletonized version, combining cutting-edge technology with unique heritage. The pioneering construction of the movement lies in the shape of the bridges that have been turned into a concave and convex shape, offering the watch an exclusive design.
On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the manufacture, Franck Muller unveils a special edition that pays tribute to its iconic shape, the Cintrée Curvex™. Released in the early 90’s, the Cintrée Curvex revolutionised the watchmaking trends with its tonneau shape.
While highlighting the signature symbols of the Long Island™ through the elegance of its architectural case and appliqué relief numerals, this new version displays a brand new dial. Drawing its inspiration from the refined world of blossoms, delicate, exotic and graceful orchids are symbolic of love, luxury and strength.