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Design: Denis Guidone
Meantime for the moment, for the present, for the time being, for now, in the interim, in the interval “in the meantime, we’ll set the table and chill the wine”
Minimalism in motion.
At first glance the watch is a crisp interpretation of minimalist traditions; a play on black and white, no spare elements, white hands for a power graphic. At second look one notices the movement. The 60 seconds marks rotate continuously.
…seemingly time escapes with no definitive markings and in the “meantime it is time that passes” Denis Guidone
Meantime is made of black IPB stainless steel with a black silicone band, and utilizes a high quality Japanese movement. It is considered the perfect unisex-size case measuring 37mm (1.47″). Right in between our largest 40mm and smallest 33mm unisex sizes. The watch measures 9.5” from end to end; to 6.5″ at the closest hole and 8.5″ inches from the farthest hole.
Meantime Watch has a 3ATM water-resistance and an 18mm wide band.
Similar size watches can be seen with Suprematism, “On the Right Track” and Optical.
|Weight (watch only)||
0.10 oz // 2.9 grams
About Denis Guidone
Denis Guidone, as student of architecture, design and visual communication studied urban planning and architecture in Milan, Italy and Oporto, Portugal. His project process was born under the concept of subtraction, an ideology that follows the unification of opposites through a constant approach on the edge of architecture and visual communication, and at the same time mediated by an expressive intensity that addresses work on the basis of subtraction. Fascinated by the passing of time, Guidone carries out this intense didactic work for several universities and design schools, in Italy and abroad. His many awards and honorable mentions include: Ida international design award in Los Angeles, IDOT Best Italian Design Product, and The Bruno Munari international award.
February 2018 Denis Guidone has been appointed Ambassador of Italian Design and Culture from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Farnesina and "la Triennale di Milano".Show products