German watchmaking comes to Greenpoint. Since 1861, Junghans has been crafting some of the world's most meticulously-made timepieces. A century later, a collaboration with Bauhaus designer Max Bill saw the creation of his legendary wristwatch, now considered an icon of minimalistic design.

  • Max Bill Quartz Watch with Date

    The time of day and date and not a micron of superfluous design. This is the same essential design first launched in 1961 from Junghans under the helm of Bauhaus alum Max Bill.

  • Max Bill Bauhaus Automatic Watch

    Featuring trademark typography and ever-mimicked perfect proportions, this recent release further honors the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus with an exhibition case back, etched in relief of the original building, allowing for view of the internal automatic movement.

  • Max Bill Quartz Watch with Date

    A half century's renown feels immediately warranted when fastening the strap of this clean lined timepiece. This combination of artistry and mid-century design features a reliable quartz movement and inky black face in polished steel case with black leather band.

  • Max Bill Automatic Chronoscope

    The essentials, laid bare. For this self-winding piece, the elegance lies in the proportions - note the quiet, uncluttered face set in a substantial 40mm case. With minute and hour counters, its automatic movement is housed under sapphire crystal, featuring luminescent hands and day of the month.

  • Max Bill Automatic Watch with Date
  • Max Bill Automatic Watch with Date
  • Max Bill Automatic Watch with Date
  • Max Bill Automatic Watch with Date
  • Max Bill Automatic Watch with Date
  • Max Bill Automatic Watch with Date
  • Max Bill Automatic Watch with Date
  • Max Bill Automatic Watch with Date

Max Bill Automatic Watch with Date

Max Bill was one of the most unusual artists of our time. Acknowledged as an universal genius, he left behind an extensive portfolio of creations. This includes one of the most fascinating watch series ever designed – the clocks and wristwatches he created for Junghans – and which remain practically unchanged today. This design's uncluttered face and slim profile are engineering perfection to house its automatic movement under sapphire crystal, with luminescent hour and minute hands and day of the month.

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An architect, sculptor, painter and product designer, Max Bill was strongly influenced by the Bauhaus philosophy - stripping back to the bare essentials. In 1961, he debuted his now-renowned wristwatches, now a supreme example of considered design untouched by time.

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