Franck Muller is a Swiss watchmaker from La Chat-de-Fonds who started studying watchmaking at just 15. In 1984 Franck Muller designed his own tourbillon wristwatch which few others were capable of in the 80's and that set the stage for The House of Muller to open in 1991. His ultra-complicated time pieces quickly became famous throughout Europe and the United States. He's known in watch circles as the "master of complication".
He was inspired by the American timepieces from the 30's and in particular the Elgin Tonneau. This lead Franck Muller to create his infamous Cintrée Curvex timepiece. It's this iconic shape and the free-form style of the hour markets that make his watches instantly recognisable and unique. The Centre Curvex silhouette features collections for men and women. In addition Franck Muller's other notable timepieces include: Crazy Hours, Conquistador, Master Banker, Revolution2, Colour Dreams and more.
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