Projects watches

Projects watches president Jack Markuse in past acted as ALESSI’s exclusive US Distributor and design consultant, dedicating himself to offering the finest and most innovative home products to the US Market as well as Projects Watches UK - now you can buy it on It's My Wrist. Those efforts contributed to making Michael Graves, Ettore Sottsass, Richard Meier, Stanley Tigerman and Philippe Starck household names synonymous with good design.

In 90's, Projects designer watches began it’s enduring romance with timepieces by producing Michael Graves’ OH Watch. It quickly became recognized as a classic design with an affordable price. Notable watch designs followed from Richard Meier, Stanley Tigerman, and Laurinda Spear of Arquitectonica. Projects watches recommitted itself to bringing fine design, at a reasonable price, to market. Company tried to left a trace of it's philosophy in many areas of design and industry since then. Early 2000's brought company back to its roots as it focused on design of the timepiece by pushing the limits of what a watch can do. First, by continuing to develop watches designed by architects. These watches have a three-dimensional aspect to them. They deal with color, structure and each element of the watch “plays” off other aspects of the watch. Simply put, the beauty, structure and appeal are obvious.

Collection of kinetic designer watches directs itself to a younger and more hip consumer. These are individuals who normally depend upon their gadgets for the time and are driven by the watches design elements. The interesting part about these watches is that they do something all the time. There is also M&Co series of minimalist watches created in good old 80's by designer Tibor Kalman and now representing M&Co and Projects brands in Museum of Modern Art in New York and available all over the world, including UK and Europe.