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Porsche Design Concept Watch Focuses More on The Dial Instead of Mechanical Movement

Creating a watch that stands out in the crowd can be difficult since most watch is designed based on traditional watch-making. Simon Grytten wants to answer the challenge by designing a watch without being too complex or too futuristic, a concept study for Porsche Design. Inspired by Porsche DNA and philosophy, this watch should represent […]



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