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MB&F Legacy Machine No.1 Silberstein

MB&F Legacy Machine No.1 Silberstein

Legacy Machine No.1 Silberstein presents in detail MB&F’s style, but with an unusual design solutions that Alan Silberstein has skillfully blended. The two sides understand each other in a remarkable way, because it isn’t the first time that a Swiss brand cooperates with the French designer. In 2009, MB&F approached Silberstein to create its very first piece of ‘Performance Art’, the result was the MB&F HM2.2 ‘Black Box’.

MB&F Legacy Machine No.1 Silberstein
MB&F Legacy Machine No.1 Silberstein

For this Performance Art series, Silberstein has taken MB&F’s classic Legacy Machine No. 1 and imbued it with his unique flair for the unconventional. His use of his signature three bright colours and shapes: red, blue, yellow; and triangle, rectangle and circle, catch the eye as they contrast against the more subdued movement plate below.
However, it is the concave curve of the subdials that highlights the artist’s philosophical approach most. While the convex sapphire crystal dome and balance bridge offer protection from outside forces, the concave subdials attract and welcome the “eternal time” of the universe into the movement, where it is transformed and displayed as two completely independent time zones.

MB&F Legacy Machine No.1 Silberstein
MB&F Legacy Machine No.1 Silberstein

The new MB&F LM1 Silberstein comes with a 42.5 mm case in 18k red gold, grade 5 titanium or grade 5 titanium treated with black PVD. Engraved on the caseband between the lugs of the new MB&F LM1 Silberstein is a quote from Gustave Flaubert that reads in French: “Le vrai bonheur est d’avoir sa passion pour métier” which roughly translates to: “Making a profession of your passion, is true happiness”.

MB&F Legacy Machine No.1 Silberstein
MB&F Legacy Machine No.1 Silberstein

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Written by Slamchica

Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.

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