Trilobe – Fantastic Night
From indifference to passion, an invitation to live every minute without wanting to master them!
Creation of Nuit Fantastique
An evening of lockdown, while the world that surrounds us shackles us with rules and prohibitions, a thunderbolt comes to split the night sky. Here is the advent of a new Trilobe creative passion, timeless and mysterious! Thank you, Stephan Zweig*, for inspiring this Nuit Fantastique!
*Stephan Zweig (1881-1942) – Austrian novelist, playwriter and biographer; author of the novel “A Fantastic Night” (1922)
Architecture & Movement
After freeing up time, Trilobe frees up space, a new architectural gesture.
Contemporary and classic, «Nuit Fantastique» is a plunge into the deconstructivism called «New Modern Architecture». An architecture that invites to rethink freely: new geometries, atypical forms, movement and dynamism!
This unconventional architecture shakes up what we know, disturbs our way of conceiving forms and their functions. It is a new movement that advocates the go beyond the traditional patterns.
The design of this creation favours minimalism and plays with perceptions. The elegant, grained dial is a real technical challenge, underlying the watch elegance. It defies symmetrical shapes and is made up of four parts, three of which are in permanent rotation. Raw and uncluttered, this unstructured dial opens three distinct windows: The largest ring for the hours; the minutes wheel that appears within an aperture and the seconds wheel, which alternates between a “Clous de Paris” centre and an azured ring.