Buben & Zorweg and Aston Martin has created a futuristic gadget called the Object of Time One-77. The British car maker has chosen to collaborate with the Austrian cabinet maker to create the object that incorporates various functions that would appeal to its predominantly male client base. The Object of Time incorporates several intricately combined functions including a safe, a collection of Time Mover watch winders, humidors, drawers dedicated to watches and jewelry, four world clocks, an in-built sound system with iPod docking station and a flying minute tourbillion timepiece of the highest quality.
The exterior design of the Object incorporates the muscular curves associated with the powerful car. The look and the finish of the new creation perfectly incorporates Aston Martin’s image of British elegance and exclusivity. The object boasts of a well lacquered and highly polished exterior. The internal functions and features are perfectly tuned and finished to the finest detail. Eberhard Hagmann, Head of Design at Buben & Zorweg has personally led his design team to create this exclusive object which promises to deliver a unique experience.
The unique collaboration between Aston Martin and Buben & Zorweg has resulted in a creatively and technically perfect product. The Object of Time One-77 was first presented during Basel World 2011. It caught the attention of discerning customers immediately. That single presentation has generated twenty orders and the production will be taken up in January 2012. The exclusive object has been designed as a limited edition and as the name suggests only 77 pieces will be made.