Welcome to the NOMOS magazine! Here you’ll find articles about the people behind our timepieces, as well as others we think are worth knowing about. It’s all about design, new ideas, and culture—good times in a broader sense, in other words.
Works of art for the wrist: Pay a visit to our Tetra Gallery.
His favorite projects as a designer? Furniture, exciting interiors, and watches (of course). The renowned industrial designer tells us more.
It’s everyday work for the experts, but for the layman it’s often a mechanical mystery: how do watches store and release energy? We explain all here.
Can watches be dangerous? And what else can they do? Jessica Wahl is a management coach who pays attention to people's wrists.
Find out why St. Wolfgang church in Glashütte doesn't have a sundial—and where in the town the sun is (almost) always shining.
There’s no question that your watch comes along when you go on vacation. Susanne Kloss, a trained watch medic, knows just how to keep your watch ticking along smoothly. And she's here to share some pointers.
She’s an artist and illustrator, “but set design fits as well,” she says. One of Berlin’s most creative minds answers our questions.
When you know that it’s already evening, but it still doesn’t feel like it!
Expect the unexpected: There is a complex design process behind the development of the Autobahn watch.
At least for the watch! But do you really need “water resistance to 1000 ft”?
Author Gary Shteyngart talks literature, watches—and watch geeks.
Leather from a small area of a horse’s back, couture woven in France, or forged from metal: we’re talking about watch straps.
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.
Watch movements are beautiful—full of sun, snails, and handwritten love notes, even in the places you can’t see. Why is that?
A good three dozen towns called Glashütte exist worldwide. But only one is world famous—as the center of German fine watchmaking.
The NOMOS fan discusses his design process—and why collaboration is so important for creative projects.
Even more Bauhaus: These four new women’s watches are more refined than ever—and will look perfect with jewelry. But why are they called “duo”?
Our biggest release this spring: sports watches with bracelets. Take a closer look at this robust yet elegant collection here.
We are supporting those who help—with brand-new watches. Are you in?
A major anniversary—but Bauhaus has always been important to us.
Is a watch a statement? Yes—among other things, it can show how we tick.