Manufacture Contemporaine du Temps (MCT) has launched the ‘Frequential’ range, which follows up on the success of its Sequential collection and its renowned prism displays.
With this new model, MCT claims to be pushing the boundaries of technicality with an unusual combination of a central suspended balance wheel and a traditional hours-and-minutes display.
In order to accentuate the effects of depth and light, the brand has played with a spectrum of colours, surfaces and finishings from the most classical to the most high-tech: brushed, polished, stippled, bead-blasted, or Côtes de Genève.
The case of the Frequential One F110 maintains a classic cushion form, with slightly smaller dimensions (42mm). Considerable mastery was required to achieve fluidity in the various layers of titanium, the line of the sapphire glass, and the light reflecting off the shimmering Côtes de Genève motif.
In order to uphold the harmony of the timepiece and its ergonomics, the horns are slightly rounded on the top.
MCT is displaying the Frequential range in hall 0.F/Palace 3C at Baselworld.