Studio Apostoli, founded by top renowned designer Alberto Apostoli is a company which has become a major force in regards to some amazing interior design projects in Wellness and SPA design. Being responsible for the incredible spa design projects for many of the best luxury hospitality names in the world! Studio Apostoli consists of a multi-disciplinary design […]
Tissot, a Swiss watchmaking company for excellence brings to Milan Design Week 2015 a new and inovative factor under theme, “Innovators by Tradition”! Milan Design Agenda introduces you Fuorisalone and Brera Design District official timekeeper.
With the concept “One week of light for one year of energy”, Tissot is proud to be timekeeper of innovation during Milan Design Week 2015 in Salone del Mobile Milan, thanks to the Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar, the first tactile watch powered by solar energy. One week of exposure to the light confers to the watch ‘till one year of power reserve.
That’s why Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar has been chosen as official chronograph of Fuorisalone 2015 and Brera Design District: the week of the most important Italian design fair and the activities linked with it, represent a moment of light for the city of Milan and for its public, offering them energy, inspiration and innovative power for a whole year.
Thanks to this partnership, Tissot wants to celebrate its common high values with Milan Design Week 2015 and Brera Design District: on the one hand, innovation and tradition – through the pioneering and dreaming approach, always respectful of its own roots – and the democracy on the other hand – as the ability to extend suitable to everyone sharing with the public the innovative design culture.
By the way do you need a luxury safe for your watches collection? See Milan Design Agenda’s suggestion here
From today ‘till 19th, the Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar is presented in Boutique Tissot placed in Piazza Duomo 31 (Corso Vittorio Emanuele 1) in Milan: the Boutique will be decorated to celebrate the marriage with Fuorisalone.it and Brera Design District.