NOMOS’ Atelier watches combine fine Glashütte watchmaking with elegant, transcendent design; these timepieces count among the very best to have ever come from Glashütte.

The Atelier watches in detail

Golden artworks for life (and even longer)

Golden timepieces of exceptional elegance, created by hand with a tireless dedication to detail—fine watchmaking from NOMOS Glashütte. Whether it’s one of the Lambda versions or a variation of the shape watch Lux: Each one is a unique, tangible expression of Glashütte heritage and craftmanship in 18 kt white or rose gold.

84 hours, so half a week, is how long Lambda ticks after being wound—thanks to its twin mainspring barrels.

This watch is rich in Glashütte tradition. And yet, from the outside, the timepiece Lux is simply avant-garde.

Lambda’s crown, beautifully formed from 18 kt gold, flatters the slender, pebble-shaped case. And, of course, your wrist.

“Lovingly produced in Glashütte:” This promise is hand-engraved by one of our watchmakers over the course of hours onto the balance cock—the part of the caliber where the balance staff is located. Take a look for yourself at how this beautiful part is created.

The Lambda and Lux models

Golden times from the NOMOS Atelier


Handcraft, tradition, perfection—made tangible

Swan neck fine adjustment, a hand-engraved balance cock, gold chatons, NOMOS fine sunbeam polishing, and not one but two mainspring barrels: NOMOS Glashütte has reached new levels in design and production with the hand-wound calibers DUW 1001 and DUW 2002.

Haute horlogerie, made in Germany. A caliber that counts among the very best that has ever come from Glashüte: NOMOS’ manually-wound DUW 1001 movement is constructed according to the laws of Glashütte watchmaking and produced in the NOMOS Atelier exclusively for the gold model Lambda.

DUW 2002 is insanely beautiful down to the smallest detail, such as the hand-bevelled and polished edges, fine sunbeam polishing, and screwed gold chatons. “Lovingly produced in Glashütte”—in a tonneau form.