A small geometrical show. When looking at the time is no longer a mundane activity but a delightful experience.
Tangency Watch is the first design Joel Escalona has done for Projects Watches. Inspired by a playful geometrical game, where lines and shapes interact by hiding and revealing curious relationships with one another.
On the dial, one disc that seems to revolve around a different center from the hour and minute hands. This time around, no matter how insignificant seconds might seem, they are the protagonists of this abstract staging.
Tangency Watch has a unisex 40mm size case. It is made of brushed stainless steel and complemented with a 20mm wide black leather strap.
Founded by Jack Markuse in 1990, Projects Watches is a design company that has been working with architects and designers with the likes of Michael Graves, Stanley Tigerman, Kisho Kurokawa, Moshe Safdie, Richard Gluckman and now us, in order to find interesting and interactive ways to telling time.