Where watches come from

More people in Glashütte wear good watches than elsewhere in the world. As these images prove.

When will there be a new watch?

Heike Arendt is the head of product management at NOMOS Glashütte and she doesn’t make announcements all too often—but she doesn’t rest on her laurels either.

Timeless beauty

Matthias Garff makes insect boxes—which are reminiscent of the cabinets of curiosities from centuries past.

NOMOS Glashütte wins award for its conduct—and watchmaking craft

For “taking real steps against populism”—and for outstanding handcraft, quality, as well as products that last a lifetime.

Moved to tears

Beauty can make us better people, according to the world-renowned designer Stefan Sagmeister. An interview with him in New York.

Earn it first

Simply buying something isn’t enough: We need to earn something before we can own it, says Professor Jörg Hundertpfund.

Simon Husslein

His favorite projects as a designer? Furniture, exciting interiors, and watches (of course). The renowned industrial designer tells us more.

Against career setbacks

Can watches be dangerous? And what else can they do? Jessica Wahl is a management coach who pays attention to people's wrists.

Sarah Illenberger

She’s an artist and illustrator, “but set design fits as well,” she says. One of Berlin’s most creative minds answers our questions.

A departure from the familiar

Expect the unexpected: There is a complex design process behind the development of the Autobahn watch.

“It’s good, you can wear it!”

Author Gary Shteyngart talks literature, watches—and watch geeks.

“The mainstream is tedious”

Mark Braun is a talented and internationally successful designer. That said, many of his creations are even more renowned than himself—from furniture and lights to tableware and watches.

Interview with Daniel Libeskind

The NOMOS fan discusses his design process—and why collaboration is so important for creative projects.