The brand celebrates the opening of its extended facilities in Geneva and introduces two new Tourbillon Perpetual Calendar Manufacture timepieces
In 2006, the brand first felt the need to enlarge its production facilities and strategically decided to move into a 3,200 m2 building in Plan-les-Ouates, where big players of the Swiss watch industry were settled, becoming a key geographical spot in Geneva for Swiss made horological production and development manufacture.
After thirteen years, the group (which includes Frederique Constant, Alpina Watches and Ateliers deMonaco), has been running out of space due to its rapid growth and high demand from its worldwide markets.
Two years were needed to achieve the construction of an additional 3000 m2 space, bringing the Frederique Constant Group’s headquarters up to 6200 m2, enabling to completely re-organize the implementation of the different working spaces.
New Tourbillon Perpetual Calendar Manufacture
After the great success of last year’s Perpetual Calendar Tourbillon Manufacture, Frederique Constant launches two new limited editions in stainless steel or 18K rose gold. Both feature a classic navy-blue skeleton dial, offering its wearer a precious glance at the watch’s complex mechanics.
This exclusive watch has been specially created to celebrate the opening of Frederique Constant’s new Manufacture building.