The watches of the 3rd millennium have their World Premiere: The Millennium Watch Book is not only a collective work that analyses the essentials of what has been learned about watchmaking since the year 2000, it also presents it in XXL format, providing watch fans and enthusiasts of design objects with a pleasure as inexhaustible as the energy provided by automatic winding.
Only a few persons really changed the last 20 years of watch making. Creating horological mile stones and impressing with novel thoughts of which some even are respected as a modern icons. These persons are important. And their watches matter. Then, now and tomorrow.
Having spent 35 years in the industry as a literary tracker of timepieces, I can’t imagine not being a part of this epic creation: tracking the first two decades of watches, people and time in the 21st century.
Books about historical and vintage watches are plenty, but in my view it's far more important to celebrate the watches of here and now, the creativity and energy that goes into making our industry an amazing place to live and work every day.
For the first time, this book is bringing together the best watchmaking experts in the world to present what you need to know from watchmaking since the dawn of the new millennium. Its XXL format and beautiful visuals will be a pleasure for any watch enthusiasts to read.