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Audemars Piguet’s Epic Bouquet For SG50

If you want to say something nice, say it with flowers. The adage was demonstrated to full effect when Audemars Piguet paid homage to Singapore’s 50th year of independence by presenting a spectacular public floral clock right at the heart of Gardens by the Bay.

Modelled after the watch brand’s iconic Royal Oak watch, the seven-meter wide floral clock brandished design signatures such as the famous octagonal bezel and tapestry motif on the dial, set with over 20 varieties of tropical plants not commonly found in Singapore. The inauguration of the clock was no small affair, with Minister of National Development, Mr Khaw Boon Wan, on hand to unveil the one-of-a-kind public clock, together with Dr Kiat Tan, CEO of Gardens by the Bay, and Oliverio Bottinelli, who sits on the board of directors at Audemars Piguet. 



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