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[Luxus+ Magazine] Audemars Piguet Museum: an invitation to a journey through time

[Luxus+ Magazine] Audemars Piguet Museum: an invitation to a journey through time

Launched six years ago, the “workshop-museum” dedicated to watchmaking and the history of the Manufacture has finally opened its doors in Le Brassus, in the Vallée de Joux. With its breathtaking spiral glass architecture and nearly 300 historic timepieces on display inside, Audemars Piguet promises visitors an extraordinary experience in its cultural universe, between tradition and innovation.

 

A unique architectural feat

 

In this last corner of the Vaud region, Le Brassus, stands the Audemars Piguet Manufacture, an exceptional building with futuristic architecture imagined by the BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), Danes who became architectural icons when they designed the One World Trade Center in New York.

 

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An ultra-contemporary glass spiral that reminds visitors of a watch’s tourbillon. “That was the difficulty. A museum, but designed like a watch” said Sébastien Vivas, director of the museum and heritage department.

 

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