Witherspoon 10th Anniversary Watch - Limited Edition
Like its predecessors, the WItherspoon 10th Anniversary model is filled with subtle details. Working with architect Michael Graves, this timepiece—whose name pays homage to the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts at the intersection of Witherspoon St. and Paul Robeson Pl.—features matching copper color of the crown to Graves’ signature on the lens, the number “10” on the underside of the lens to highlight the 10th anniversary and a precise stippling pattern on its face. Limited to only 300 numbered pieces, the clock is ticking on this limited edition watch.
Few are credited with spearheading a single design movement; Michael Graves, well known throughout the world for design excellence, led three. In the 1980s, Michael redirected the architectural conversation away from abstract modernism toward a more humanistic approach to architecture and urban planning, that among other things, brought color and art back into the experience of architecture. In the 1990s, his partnership with Target defined America's expectation that great design should be available to everyone. And design became a corporate strategy. Over his past decade, Michael became a passionate advocate for the disabled and used the power of design to improve healthcare experiences for patients, families and clinicians. Michael Graves transformed the role of the architect in society and left the world a better place than he found it. Michael Graves received prestigious awards including the AlA Gold Medal, the National Medal of Arts from President Clinton, The Richard H. Driehaus Prize, and the Topaz Medallion for Excellence in Architectural Education.
Weight: 0.5 lbs
Diameter: 40mm (1.57")
Height: 8.85mm (0.35")
Material: Black IP Stainless Steel
Water-resistant: up to 3 ATM
Movement: Japanese Quartz
Band Size: 20mm
Band Color: Black
Band Material: Leather