Tangency Watch measures 9.5” from end to end; to 6.5″ at the closest hole and 8.5″ inches from the farthest hole.See the Working Model Now >
Tangency Watch drawing inspiration from Euclid’s Geometry
Much like the founder of the subject Euclid realized in ancient Greece, The Tangency watch comes to life with the idea that any stable figure begins with a strong foundation.
The beauty of the this timepiece resides in its unconventional and geometrically diverse design.
Tangency Watch was inspired by a geometrical game. On the dial, one disc seems to revolve around a different center from the hour and minute hands; as insignificant as seconds might seem, they are the protagonists of this timepiece. Curious by nature, disciplined as few and eager for innovation, Escalona manages to convert mundane activities into delightful experiences. Due to what he likes to call “informed creativity”, his studio, based in Mexico City, provides tangible value to each project, achieving a common language in design no matter the context.
Tangency is 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
|Weight (watch only)||
0.10 oz // 2.9 grams
About Joel Escalona
Joel's passion has led him to found his own studio, focused on the daily role of design and creative direction. This has made him aim for an international and multidisciplinary design agency able to provide contemporary, strategic and technical details concerning product development. To achieve his vision, Joel has worked with several companies, industries and producers in many levels and different contexts. His work is the result of a methodical projection of each procedure, enabling him to enjoy a full schematic view of the creative process, enriching his studio's values and vision, which focus on the everyday applications of design. Such efforts have been awarded at the Premio Iconos by Conde Nast’s Architectural Digest and the 6° Bienal Nacional de Diseño (6th National Design Biennial) one of the most prestigious design awards in Mexico. Born in Mexico City in 1986 and graduated in Industrial Design in 2009 from Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco, his work has also been exhibited in the mayor design capitals of the world, such as New York, Paris, Milan and Mexico City. He was also selected to take part in the ICFF Studio exhibition at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York and was invited to represent South America Young Design at the Maison & Objet’s special exhibition Talents À La Carte in Paris, also featured in the Salone Internazionale del Mobile Di Milano, Mexico Design Week and the Beijing Design Fair. Listed as one of the 200 best Mexican designers in the “De la creatividad a la Innovación - 200 Diseñadores Mexicanos”, Joel Escalona has been included in specialized books in China, London, Spain, Mexico and France, and has also been introduced as one of “the new wave of young designers to watch for in the world” by Wallpaper* magazine. Also selected as one of the "50 Emergent Talents of the Americas" by Arquine magazine and published in GQ’s extraordinary young people feature, his work has been displayed in leading magazines and publication covers, making him a Mexican contemporary designer who has nowadays become creative and business director of NONO design company, as well as co-founder and active member of Cooperativa Panorámica, a group of young Mexican designers exploring new design territories.Show products