Nomos Glashütte’s watches take cues from Bauhaus type


Dezeen promotion: Nomos Glashütte has launched two Bauhaus-influenced watches, the Tangente midnight blue and the Tangente 38 midnight blue.

Nomos Glashütte first launched the Tangente vary 25 years in the past, with the addition of the 2 midnight blue watches bringing the overall variety of fashions within the assortment to 20.

Nomos Glashütte releases two new Bauhaus-inspired watches

The mechanical timepieces can be found in two sizes, one with a face that’s 35 millimetres in diameter and a bigger mannequin that’s 38 millimetres in diameter.

The watches are hand-wound and are the primary timepieces within the Tangente vary to have a midnight blue dial. Nomos Glashütte created the watch with a “type follows operate” philosophy to have an aesthetic that takes design cues from the Bauhaus – a extremely influential German design college that was established in 1919.

Nomos Glashütte releases two new Bauhaus-inspired watches

The pair of watches have matching midnight blue dials, however each has refined variations that make it distinctive. The deep blue dials are designed to border and coordinate with gold and silver accents.

“Gold accents supplied by palms and typography give the smaller model of Tangente midnight blue an interesting heat [while] Tangente 38 midnight blue options solely silver palms and typography,” defined the German watchmaking firm.

Nomos Glashütte releases two new Bauhaus-inspired watches

The Tangente watches are powered by Nomos Glashütte’s Alpha assortment’s calibre, which is extremely exact and hand wound. The watches’ mechanics – together with ribbing on the three-quarter plate, perlage on the bottom and polished ratchet wheel – are seen via a sapphire crystal again plate.

The watches can be found with a velour leather-based strap and are splash proof making it applicable for on a regular basis use.

Nomos Glashütte releases two new Bauhaus-inspired watches

“These conventional options draw on a wealthy heritage: the watchmaking city of Glashütte, tucked away within the rural hills of Saxony, is the ticking coronary heart of German watch making,” Nomos Glashütte defined.

“[Glashütte has been] well-known around the globe for its high-quality timepieces [and] has flourished since German reunification in 1990.”

Nomos Glashütte releases two new Bauhaus-inspired watches

Based in 1990 by Roland Schwertner, Nomos Glashütte is now the biggest producer of mechanical timepieces in its worth vary in Germany.

Tangente midnight blue and Tangente 38 midnight blue can be found on-line and with retailers. To seek out out extra in regards to the assortment go to the Nomos Glashütte website.