Max Bill WatchesMax Bill Watches

In 1962, Swiss artist Max Bill (1908-1994) created a few mechanical watches for the German company Junghans. These watches are now available again in a re-edition. They show how Max Bill Watches has perceived product form - his expression for design: To create "the useful, the beautifully modest".

Max Bill Watches, a child of the Bauhaus-generation, a student of Walter Gropius, and a fellow to Le Corbusier and Mies Van der Rohe, was a creative art-virtuoso. His varied activities as painter, sculptor, teacher, and designer attest to it. His works show a hitherto unsurpassed constructive clarity and proportional precision.Given his artistic credentials, Max Bill watches are simply about design aesthetics. Max Bill Watches are covered by a two year manufacturers warranty