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Franck Muller Stages Mini-Exhibition In Singapore

The Franck Muller Museum is open from now till till 20 March 2022.

Franck Muller Museum

From the world’s most complicated wristwatch to the world’s largest tourbillon wristwatch, these extraordinary works of contemporary horological art hailing from the watchmaking house of Franck Muller are on display at an exclusive Singapore exhibition from now till 20 March 2022.

The Franck Muller boutique at Wisma Atria shopping centre has been transformed into an immersive space where visitors are able to trace the journey of one of independent watchmaking’s most colourful and illustrious marques. Through a series of captivating installations – including the very desk that the brand’s eponymous founder had worked on - the exhibition showcases the brand’s greatest milestone creations from its founding in 1992 till today.

Franck Muller Museum

From the various ‘World Premier’ timepieces (previously never before created watches that were ahead of their time) to the likes of the Revolution 3 (the world’s first tri-axial tourbillon) and the brand’s latest masterpiece, the Grand Central Tourbillon, each exhibit is a testament to the imagination and vivacity of the watchmaking house. And certainly, a must-visit for fans of independent watchmaking.

“With this exhibition, we’re able to share the story of our brand in the context of modern mechanical watchmaking. Franck Muller has always defined watchmaking trends and will continue to do so in the future.” Says Garrik Low, general manager of Franck Muller Southeast Asia, South Korea and Australia.

Franck Muller Museum


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