All films of this website were shot by the studio NVP3D
Baselworld 2013: A superb architectural setting
Horlogerie , Actualités
Baselworld, the World Watch and Jewellery Show, open until May 2nd, has taken place in an entirely rebuilt majestic environment. Many brands chose to redesign their stand with very good taste.
The Soprano watch presented by Christophe Claret
Christophe Claret presents his new prestigious Soprano watch.
Espace Horloger: The Wheels of Harmony
Watchmaking expertise, taught at the Technical school of the Joux Valley and substantiated in its production plants hails the future, spurred forward by inventiveness in quest of harmony
The atmosphere of Baselworld 2012
Actualités , Horlogerie
March 2012. Baselworld, the World Watch and Jewellery Show welcomed this year 1800 companies and 100'000 visitors.
A very spatial clepsydra
Science & Nature , Horlogerie
A revolutionary version of the antique clepsydra is now available in a wrist watch.
Geneva, watchmaking city
Depuis quatre siècles, Genève abrite des horlogers dans ses murs, magiciens du temps qui par leur dextérité ont contribué à sa réputation internationale.
Passing the torch
The accumulated know-how in fine watchmaking could be lost were it not for the concern of some of its most seasoned experts to pass this knowledge on to future generations. Prestigious names are involved in this effort; Philippe Dufour, Robert Greubel and Steven Forsey.
Fine watchmaking in 2012
The Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, held in Geneva from January 16-20, 2012, presented its panoply of the latest generation of fine watches.
Timepiece of the Immortals
This film by Philippe Nicolet and Julien Cuendet delves into the history of time measurement throught the ages from antiquity to the present. Images shot in Switzerland, Egypt, Greece, Iran and France.
Magicians of Time
This film by Philippe Nicolet and Yves Noël presents the Musée d'Horlogerie du Locle, at the Château des Monts, with its prestigious collection.
Christophe Claret: The Soleil d'Or
The Soleil d’Or is the noble manor in which Christophe Claret founded his factory of fine watchmaking.