With a blend of landscape and pastoral allusions, Terra-Time designed with James Wines’ design firm SITE and Alex Donahue is an “earthwork on your wrist.” Pulling references from contour maps, topographical models, stone quarry excavations and agricultural terras, Terra-Time is comprised of six layers, each representing the layers of the earth. This is more than just your everyday timepiece—it’s a multi-layered sculpture, where light and shadow add dimension to the timekeeping experience.
- BBalázsVerified BuyerReviewingCrossover BlackI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars1 month agoCrazy elegance in uncertainties
Awesome product, it was delivered in 26 days to Europe. It has a quality leather straps with qiuck lock, but unfortunately the strap size just too big for 17 cm wrist circumference.
- KKlaraVerified BuyerReviewingReveal Black Mesh | 33mmI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars1 month agoAmazing!
Cool design! I appreciate how quick delivery to europe was.
- AAnthonyVerified ReviewerReviewingMr. MoriI recommend this productRated 4 out of 5 stars1 month agoGood watch, but...
This watch is a bit of me. Always been a fan of the macabre and I do love it. The only "issue" I have (which is a very strong way of putting it) is that I wish the heart in the middle, which does the seconds, was bigger. Maybe beyond the skeleton? Othe than that, it is brilliant.
- ACAriane C.Verified BuyerReviewingTwirler SteelI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars2 months agoMagnifique !
Reçue dans les temps avec frais de tva à payer en plus à la douane ( mais c’est normal ) .
Magnifique montre, très très originale. J’ai acheté le bracelet métallique en plus et c’est super joli
- KAKelly A w.Verified BuyerReviewingReveal Green | 40mmI recommend this productRated 4 out of 5 stars3 months agoReveal green
I love my Reveal Green watch. People notice it and ask about it. I can only read the time with my glasses on but that is OK. My only wish concern is the thin band.
About the Creator
James Wines has spent much of his career challenging the notion that architecture is an act of formal invention. As the founder of architecture and environmental design studio SITE, Wine's work is about inversion, fusion, intervention and exaggeration—taking something apart and examining its elements from a different point of view.
With a background in sculpture—having been a prolific sculptor throughout the ‘50s and ‘60s—Wines turned to environmental design, for which he has worked as a designer of more than 150 architecture, interior design, public spaces, and landscape architecture projects for clients ranging from PepsiCo to Best Products to the cities of Hiroshima and Vienna.
He has also received a wide range of accolades and recognition, including the 1995 Chrysler Award for Design Innovation and acting as Chairman of Environmental Design at Parsons School of Design from 1984–1990.