Max Bill, the architect, painter, sculptor and product designer, had a intensive co-operation with Junghans.
The long-standing co-operation with Junghans began during the times Max Bill, the grandson of a watchmaker, spent in Ulm.
Together with his students Max Bill drafted an everyday object - a kitchen wall clock. The logical design became a characteristic feature of his timepieces, and flowed in 1961 with the creation of a wrist watch.
In 2012, Junghans launched a new clock within Max Bill line, a clock that is based on an original design drawing by Max Bill (1958) is completed. The Junghans Max Bill clock comes in three wood cases. The options are black piano (Klavierlack), walnut and white. The watch is powered by a quartz movement (which is a pitty imho).
Prices: Euro 455/475 and 495 (radio controlled)