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Richard Mille - Coffret livre : Monographie 1

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A new book of Richard Mille, where you can find all watches created by the manufacture.

488 Pages & a lot of informations about Brand, Richard Mille and watches...

Text from Jean Todt, Theodore Diehl and Julien Boillat.

A new book of Richard Mille, where you can find all watches created by the manufacture.

488 Pages & a lot of informations about Brand, Richard Mille and watches...

Text from Jean Todt, Theodore Diehl and Julien Boillat.

 

In creating its first watch in 2001, Richard Mille has createdprofound and irreversible change in the haute horlogerie,and more broadly in our relationship to luxury item.

As an artist, it gives absolute freedom in creating his works. His bias: unleash the hypertechnique mechanics.This aesthetic technique characterizes the brand.Richard Mille is the author of this global innovation makes its watches examples of extreme mechanical applications.

Since Richard Mille has created its first watch in 2001, it revolutionized and transformed the world of watchmaking. The only thing that matters to him is the creation of timepieces that express his radical vision of the job, he gives material form to innovation Hyperyechnological, using materials, new alloys which are the result of a advanced scientific research.

From his early work, he distinguishes the brand vividly by the futuristic design but also by the long-term performance and precision of its watches. One is struck, when one is in the presence of a creation of Richard Mille, the aesthetic power of the object. This architecture attracts the eye.

 

Photos credits :

Philippe Monsel (p.20-21, 46-49, 52-55) - Renaud Corlouer (p.79,121,371).

Thomas Lavelle (p.105,193) - Sharon Latham (p.135).

Guy Lucas de Peslouan.

Ella Ling For Richard Mille (p. 249, 311).

Régine Mahaux (p.312) - Jens Honoré (p.339,397).

Marcos Cerdeira/www/imagesofpolo.com (p.389).

Jonas Lillie (p.415) - Fabrice Coffrini/Getty image (p.431).

 

Publication : March 2013.

488 pages.

Size : 35 x 29 cm.

Hardcover.

 

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