German watchmaker Junghans is taking inspiration from the architecture, culture and energy of modern cities and distilling it into its FORM families of minimal timepieces.
“Whether it is bare red brick, smooth grey concrete or exposed steel beams that characterize the charm of a popular bar: urban style reflects the spirit of the age and arises from the combination of old and new elements – often both minimalist and exciting at the same time,” the company describes.
This visual world translates into FORM by Junghans – a collection of watches defined by clear lines and creative details of the Bauhaus movement that demands that “Form follows function”.
Models have dials in light taupe or dark anthracite. The square minute track and concave doming of the dial give them depth.
The FORM A is equipped with a self-winding movement that can be viewed through the tinted glass case back, while the 3-hand FORM Quarz and the FORM C chronoscopes have quartz movements.
They are offered on steel bracelet, Milanese mesh or leather strap.