Patek Philippe is pleased to announce that it will hold a large-scale exhibition of watch art in the Cipriani Building, 42nd Street, New York, from July 13 to July 23, 2017.
The 10-day exhibition celebrates Patek Philippe’s tradition of precision watchmaking, traces the brand’s long history of 178 years, and showcases the brand’s heritage in fine watchmaking. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn more about this family-owned watchmaking company in Geneva.
The project plans to create a two-story structure for the first time in the Cipriani Building, and arrange 10 special exhibition halls (including film broadcast rooms, cash series exhibition halls, museum rooms, American history exhibition halls, rare crafts rooms, and super complex exhibition halls) to create a unique environment to meet Demand for scale of this exhibition.
Visitors will be able to get up close and personal with extraordinary pocket watches and watches from 1530 to this 13,218 square feet (1,227 square meters) of space. During the exhibition, watchmakers and artisans will conduct interactive demonstrations on the site to let visitors understand the inner workings of fine watchmaking. After the trip, visitors can rest and relax at the Patek Philippe Cafe. (Photo / text watch home Xu Chaoyang)