Haute horlogerie meets industrial design: The Rado x Konstantin Grcic Ceramica
For the gents and ladies who are minimal purists at heart, the redesigned Rado Ceramica watch by Konstantin Grcic will have you palpitating over its strikingly sleek contours. Celebrated for that understated savoir-faire, its new silhouette now flaunts a cool density as envisioned by the renowned industrial designer. By implementing his personal interpretation of form and function over Rado's original lines, this matchless collaboration of aesthetics has yielded the most superlative rendition of the Ceramica to date.
Boasting a strong classical shape with a monobloc case, the Grcic-interpreted icon is a cutting-edge timepiece that combines advanced ceramic technology with watchmaking innovation — a form crafted purely from said material and made stylishly exceptional in monochromatic shades of velvety matte and glossy black, as well as lacquered white.
Favoured for its extreme damage and scratch resistance, lightweight comfort and hypoallergenic properties, the new Ceramica's stunning attributes doesn't stop there; a creative use of typography etched upon three unique dials creates a bold legibility in the collection. Inspired by pilot watches, the limited edition flagship model sports minimalist gray-hued indexes broken up by white numerals at the three, six and nine o'clock points while a secondary edition flashes a small seconds sub-dial surrounded by a detailed minute track.
Available in a more petite counterpart for women, the Ceramica also comes dressed in diamonds with a cut solitaire for each quarter-hour mark. Equipped with a quartz movement for high-impact austerity that is at once the epitome of fuss-free elegance and ergonomic to boot, the Rado x Konstantin Grcic Ceramica collection is a modern masterpiece that beckons a closer study.
The Ceramica collection by Konstantin Gracic is available at Rado boutiques, with the signature model limited to 701 pieces worldwide.
Buro 24/7 Selection
Why you should visit Latvia in 2018
Where locals eat in Los Angeles
Theatre review: W!ld Rice's Mama White Snake
Watch: What went down at our Christmas party
Chanel Métiers d'Art 2018 in Germany through the eyes of Tilda Swinton, Kristen Stewart and more
Buro 24/7 Selection