OBAKU men's watches - plain, clear, timeless
There is more behind the minimalist watches from Dänemark than you first suspect. The Asian name OBAKU already gives a hint: The designers Lau Liengård Ruge and Christian Mikkelsen are inspired by the Japanese Ōbaku-Zen and interweave these influences with the minimalism of the German design. This combination merges into OBAKU men's watches, whose simplicity and clarity convinces. Since the time of the Vikings, the Dänen have been known to design architecture, art and everyday objects that are simple in design, durable and of high quality. The Sydney Opera House, designed by a danish, is a good illustration of what Mikkelsen and Ruge also strive for: Although it is already decades old, the building looks as if it had only recently been built. This timelessness also distinguishes the men's watches from OBAKU. Read more
OBAKU men's watches combine the minimalism of two worlds
The logo of the OBAKU women's and men's watch designers, which adorns each of the watches, is inspired by Ensō, a symbol of Japanese calligraphy. It stands for strength, elegance and the universe and refers to the moment when the mind is so free that body and mind can work creatively. It means that you can recognize the character of an artist by his way of drawing Ensō The more perfect the mental and spiritual state, the more true the symbol. Elegance and strength is also what Danish timepieces radiate. Their immanent minimalism means that technical extras such as stopwatch functions and date displays are discreetly incorporated and add value to every watch without being boastful.
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