Inspecting a component, the platinum sector of the winding rotor of the Horological Machine No.7 - Aquapod at the MB&F atelier.
Inspecting a component, the platinum sector of the winding rotor of the Horological Machine No.7 - Aquapod at the MB&F atelier.
Assembly of the case in sapphire crystal of an SV edition of Horological Machine No.6 - aka HM6-SV at the MB&F atelier.
Assembly of the case in sapphire crystal of an SV edition of Horological Machine No.6 - aka HM6-SV at the MB&F atelier.
MB&F Legacy Machine No.2
MB&F Legacy Machine No.2

It celebrates the pioneering works of past masters. Suspended high above the dial, the double “flying” balances are the most visible parts of two fully independent regulating systems, each beating at its own rate.

MB&F Horological machine No.7
MB&F Horological machine No.7

The Horological Machine No.7, aka HM7 Aquapod, takes inspiration from jellyfish, and all it’s mechanisms rotate concentrically around the center.

MB&F Legacy Machine No.2
MB&F Legacy Machine No.2

A craftsman carefully placing the domed sapphire crystal cupola over the dial of the Legacy Machine No.2, aka LM2 at MB&F atelier.

MB&F MoonMachine No.2
MB&F MoonMachine No.2

A limited edition MoonMachine No.2 being assembled. A watch by MB&F and noted Finnish horologist Stepan Sarpaneva.

Individual pieces are carefully organized for reference.
Individual pieces are carefully organized for reference.
A craftsman attaches a component to a MoonMachine 2, a watch by MB&F and noted Finnish horologist Stepan Sarpaneva with a moonphase display.
A craftsman attaches a component to a MoonMachine 2, a watch by MB&F and noted Finnish horologist Stepan Sarpaneva with a moonphase display.
Components of watches and machines are organized in blue boxes, each one contains all the elements required to assemble the timepiece.
Components of watches and machines are organized in blue boxes, each one contains all the elements required to assemble the timepiece.
Interior of the M.A.D (Mechanical Art Devices) Gallery  in Geneva.
Interior of the M.A.D (Mechanical Art Devices) Gallery in Geneva.
Maximilian Büsser
Maximilian Büsser

A portrait of Maximilian, the founder of MB&F watches in the M.A.D Gallery of Geneva.

Fingers Mk III by Nik Ramage is an impatiently-tapping mechanical replica of the artist’s own hand on display at the M.A.D Gallery in Geneva.
Fingers Mk III by Nik Ramage is an impatiently-tapping mechanical replica of the artist’s own hand on display at the M.A.D Gallery in Geneva.
Machine lights type No.1
Machine lights type No.1

Artist Frank Buchwald’s meticulously crafted Machine Lights lamps have over 200 pieces and are on display at the M.A.D Gallery in Geneva.

The Balthazar clock
The Balthazar clock

This incredible creation by MB&F and L’Épée 1839 weighs 8kg, stands 40cm tall, and has 618 micro-engineered components.

Maximilian Büsser
Maximilian Büsser

Another portrait of Maximilian, the founder of MB&F watches in the M.A.D Gallery of Geneva.

Inspecting a component, the platinum sector of the winding rotor of the Horological Machine No.7 - Aquapod at the MB&F atelier.
Assembly of the case in sapphire crystal of an SV edition of Horological Machine No.6 - aka HM6-SV at the MB&F atelier.
MB&F Legacy Machine No.2
MB&F Horological machine No.7
MB&F Legacy Machine No.2
MB&F MoonMachine No.2
Individual pieces are carefully organized for reference.
A craftsman attaches a component to a MoonMachine 2, a watch by MB&F and noted Finnish horologist Stepan Sarpaneva with a moonphase display.
Components of watches and machines are organized in blue boxes, each one contains all the elements required to assemble the timepiece.
Interior of the M.A.D (Mechanical Art Devices) Gallery  in Geneva.
Maximilian Büsser
Fingers Mk III by Nik Ramage is an impatiently-tapping mechanical replica of the artist’s own hand on display at the M.A.D Gallery in Geneva.
Machine lights type No.1
The Balthazar clock
Maximilian Büsser
Inspecting a component, the platinum sector of the winding rotor of the Horological Machine No.7 - Aquapod at the MB&F atelier.
Assembly of the case in sapphire crystal of an SV edition of Horological Machine No.6 - aka HM6-SV at the MB&F atelier.
MB&F Legacy Machine No.2

It celebrates the pioneering works of past masters. Suspended high above the dial, the double “flying” balances are the most visible parts of two fully independent regulating systems, each beating at its own rate.

MB&F Horological machine No.7

The Horological Machine No.7, aka HM7 Aquapod, takes inspiration from jellyfish, and all it’s mechanisms rotate concentrically around the center.

MB&F Legacy Machine No.2

A craftsman carefully placing the domed sapphire crystal cupola over the dial of the Legacy Machine No.2, aka LM2 at MB&F atelier.

MB&F MoonMachine No.2

A limited edition MoonMachine No.2 being assembled. A watch by MB&F and noted Finnish horologist Stepan Sarpaneva.

Individual pieces are carefully organized for reference.
A craftsman attaches a component to a MoonMachine 2, a watch by MB&F and noted Finnish horologist Stepan Sarpaneva with a moonphase display.
Components of watches and machines are organized in blue boxes, each one contains all the elements required to assemble the timepiece.
Interior of the M.A.D (Mechanical Art Devices) Gallery in Geneva.
Maximilian Büsser

A portrait of Maximilian, the founder of MB&F watches in the M.A.D Gallery of Geneva.

Fingers Mk III by Nik Ramage is an impatiently-tapping mechanical replica of the artist’s own hand on display at the M.A.D Gallery in Geneva.
Machine lights type No.1

Artist Frank Buchwald’s meticulously crafted Machine Lights lamps have over 200 pieces and are on display at the M.A.D Gallery in Geneva.

The Balthazar clock

This incredible creation by MB&F and L’Épée 1839 weighs 8kg, stands 40cm tall, and has 618 micro-engineered components.

Maximilian Büsser

Another portrait of Maximilian, the founder of MB&F watches in the M.A.D Gallery of Geneva.

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