40mm Free Time Watch
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40mm Free Time Watch
The 40mm Free Time Watch designed by Laurinda Spear is a must have for any watch enthusiast. This is one of those watches that you’ve gotta have! We call this one of our kinetic watches as something is always happening. Previously released as a 33mm model, this new version is 40mm in diameter.
The planets trace rings around the Sun, each one completing a full orbit in a different amount of time in relation to its distance from the Sun. Our most important measurement of time, the year, is based on this full rotation around the Sun. In fact, all our major units of time (day, month, year) are based on different rotation periods.
So, like the planets tracing their various orbits around the Sun, the rings on this watch each move with different rotational speeds to indicate the time. The three concentric circles rotate clockwise with each gap in the circle communicating the precise time. The hour, minute and seconds are defined by the outer, middle and inner rings respectively”.
As are all of our Projects Watches, The 40mm Free Time Watch is made of a high quality stainless steel. This is the silver color version with white discs and black circles.
The 40mm Free Time is available with a choice of two bands; with either a stainless steel mesh band or a black leather band stitched band . An optional silicone band is also available for separate purchase. Like its cousin, Free Time, is now available in a LARGE 40mm (1.57”) diameter size. Although larger in size, the new 40mm size has been designed as a unisex watch. Prefer something a bit smaller, than try our classic 33mm Free Time.
Please note that Free Time with mesh band is photographed with a 33mm case. This is only for reference as to how it looks with a mesh band. Please refer to leather banded version for actual look of the dial.
This unisex watch is water-resistant.
About Laurinda Spear
Laurinda Spear, FAIA has practiced architecture since 1977 with her husband Bernado Fort- Brescia, in their firm, Arquitectonica. Together, they have pursued an unconventional modernism that is both abstract and romantic, playful as well as dramatic, and forceful. First recognized for its flamboyant contributions to Miami's skyline in buildings such as the Atlantis, "the building with a hole in the middle", Arquitectonica has earned a reputation that has spread throughout the world. Today, Arquitectonica has representative work in the United States, Europe, South America and Asia.
Laurinda Spear's architecture and design projects, widely covered in the international press, have received a number of awards. Among them, AIA Honor Awards, Awards for Excellence in Architecture and Progressive Architecture Design Awards.
Ms. Spear, who was educated at Brown and Columbia Universities and is a recipient of the coveted Rome Prize in Architecture, has lectured around the world. Her work has been exhibited in many galleries and museums throughout the United States and Europe.
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