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The Absalon Collection
Danish design minimalist watch
Danish design minimalist watch
The Absalon Collection
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The Absalon Collection
Danish design minimalist watch
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The Absalon Collection
Danish design minimalist watch
Danish design minimalist watch Handcraft
The Absalon Collection
Danish design minimalist watch
The collaborative output from an on-going design process with New York-based Poulsen Projects. So far, Numbers consists of five designs, each uniquely observing and then bridging the juncture between time and written language. York, Numbers, Design Process, Process, Language, Projects, Three Six, New York
Number 2
The collaborative output from an on-going design process with New York-based Poulsen Projects. So far, Numbers consists of five designs, each uniquely observing and then bridging the juncture between time and written language.
A monochromatic love-affair Leather, Accessories, Danish Design Watch, Gold Watch, Leather Straps
All-gold watch
A monochromatic love-affair
Our initial collection; a distinct homage to our hometown Copenhagen and an embodiment of our friendship. All watches are designed in our Copenhagen studio and handcrafted around a Swiss parts movement which is covered by a lifetime warranty. Studio, 316l Stainless Steel, Stainless Steel Case, Gold Color, Stainless Steel Mesh
Minimalist gold watch
Our initial collection; a distinct homage to our hometown Copenhagen and an embodiment of our friendship. All watches are designed in our Copenhagen studio and handcrafted around a Swiss parts movement which is covered by a lifetime warranty.
Our initial collection; a distinct homage to our hometown Copenhagen and an embodiment of our friendship. All watches are designed in our Copenhagen studio and handcrafted around a Swiss parts movement which is covered by a lifetime warranty. Swiss Movement
Monochromatic watch
Our initial collection; a distinct homage to our hometown Copenhagen and an embodiment of our friendship. All watches are designed in our Copenhagen studio and handcrafted around a Swiss parts movement which is covered by a lifetime warranty.
We’re aware that with great heritage comes great responsibility. Thus, with a deepfelt respect for our Scandinavian design roots, balanced with an ambition to do what we think is right, we design for a diverse and democratic future. We’ve designed every little detail from scratch - and we’ve cut out all costly middlemen - making LARSEN & ERIKSEN not only aesthetic, but also accessible. Minimalist Wristwatch, Leather Watch, Wrist Watch, Watches For Men
Minimalist wristwatches
We’re aware that with great heritage comes great responsibility. Thus, with a deepfelt respect for our Scandinavian design roots, balanced with an ambition to do what we think is right, we design for a diverse and democratic future. We’ve designed every little detail from scratch - and we’ve cut out all costly middlemen - making LARSEN & ERIKSEN not only aesthetic, but also accessible.
“Sans” is the Danish word for “sense” and refers to our ability to see, hear, smell, taste and feel. Our senses are integral to the understanding and appreciation of the world around us. Simultaneously, in French the word “sans” translates to “without”. In our Sans collection, we have aimed only for what is necessary leaving out everything excessive - designing with these dogmas and restraints keeps us focused on what is imperative in both aesthetics and timekeeping. Patchwork, Bobs, Watch Strap, Watch Straps
Sans minimalist watch
“Sans” is the Danish word for “sense” and refers to our ability to see, hear, smell, taste and feel. Our senses are integral to the understanding and appreciation of the world around us. Simultaneously, in French the word “sans” translates to “without”. In our Sans collection, we have aimed only for what is necessary leaving out everything excessive - designing with these dogmas and restraints keeps us focused on what is imperative in both aesthetics and timekeeping.
“Sans” is the Danish word for “sense” and refers to our ability to see, hear, smell, taste and feel. Our senses are integral to the understanding and appreciation of the world around us. Simultaneously, in French the word “sans” translates to “without”. In our Sans collection, we have aimed only for what is necessary leaving out everything excessive - designing with these dogmas and restraints keeps us focused on what is imperative in both aesthetics and timekeeping. Cluse Watch
Sans minimalist watch
“Sans” is the Danish word for “sense” and refers to our ability to see, hear, smell, taste and feel. Our senses are integral to the understanding and appreciation of the world around us. Simultaneously, in French the word “sans” translates to “without”. In our Sans collection, we have aimed only for what is necessary leaving out everything excessive - designing with these dogmas and restraints keeps us focused on what is imperative in both aesthetics and timekeeping.
“Sans” is the Danish word for “sense” and refers to our ability to see, hear, smell, taste and feel. Our senses are integral to the understanding and appreciation of the world around us. Simultaneously, in French the word “sans” translates to “without”. In our Sans collection, we have aimed only for what is necessary leaving out everything excessive - designing with these dogmas and restraints keeps us focused on what is imperative in both aesthetics and timekeeping. Rose Gold
Sans minimalist watch
“Sans” is the Danish word for “sense” and refers to our ability to see, hear, smell, taste and feel. Our senses are integral to the understanding and appreciation of the world around us. Simultaneously, in French the word “sans” translates to “without”. In our Sans collection, we have aimed only for what is necessary leaving out everything excessive - designing with these dogmas and restraints keeps us focused on what is imperative in both aesthetics and timekeeping.