Pois, paras 2011, a MB&F anuncia que a HM5 será conhecida a 4 de Outubro, simultaneamente em Singapura e na Cidade do México. Desta vez, dois amigos de Büsser, Kari Voutilainen e Jean-François Mojon foram chamados a intervir... Estação Cronográfica estará atenta.
Por outro lado, e ainda a 4 de Outubro, a MB&F inaugura no centro de Genebra (rue Verdaine 11) a sua primeira “M.A.D Gallery”.
The M.A.D Gallery is much more than a boutique – as its name implies, it’s a Gallery. You’ll obviously find the complete range of our Horological Machines, but you’ll also discover carefully-curated pieces from around the world, which make our hearts beat faster: to give you a little preview, amazing ‘Machine Lights’ from Berlin; beautiful alien machines by a Chinese artist; kinetic art crafted by an English artist-engineer team with a great sense of humour; sleekly-designed machines from Slovenia… and more on the way. The common thread? They’re all machines, as seen by artists, designers, photographers and other creators from across the planet. Did I mention that “M.A.D” stands for “Mechanical Art Devices”?