AUTOMATIC

Bravur X Wingårdh Limited Edition - Light

$ 1,290 USD

The Bravur x Wingårdh Limited Edition is built in 50 unique pieces of each dial color.

The watch has an all new 37 mm stainless steel case and feature a white dial, with an embossed fish scale pattern in the center. Each watch is numbered with a discreet dot on the minute track on the dial, from 1-50.

The box shaped sapphire crystal with an internal anti-reflective coating ensures good readability.

The watch is powered by a Swiss made automatic movement from Sellita, caliber SW300-1.

It comes with a black leather strap with an embossed fish scale pattern. Instead of a traditional watch box, this watch comes in an exclusive leather case that can be used when traveling.

The watch is hand built and tested in Sweden.

EXPECTED TO START SHIPPING FROM END OF DECEMBER.

Case — Stainless steel 316L, 37 mm

Case back — Stainless steel 316L

Movement — Sellita SW300-1, Swiss Made automatic

Jewels — 25

Frequency — 28 800 A/h (4 Hz, 8 beats per second)

Energy Reserve — 42 h

Dial — White dial with black print. Numbered dial. Date at 6 H.

Hands — Heat blued, hour, minute and second

Lug Width — 18 mm

Crystal — Domed sapphire with internal anti-reflecting coating

Strap — Black vegetable tanned leather from Sweden with embossed fish scale pattern. Stainless steel pin buckle.

Water Resistance — 5 ATM

Limited Edition — 50 watches

Hand Built In Sweden

Bravur x Wingårdh

The Bravur x Wingårdh Limited Edition is a collaboration between Bravur and famous Swedish architect Gert Wingårdh and his son Rasmus Wingårdh, award winning designer.

Wingårdh have interpreted Bravur’s Scandinavia model and the result is a watch inspired by the Swedish west coast and the Scandinavian light.

The watch comes in a Light and Dark version, limited to only 50 pieces.


The Dial

The Bravur x Wingårdh Limited Edition watch is characterized by a geometric fish scale pattern on the dial, backside and leather strap, inspired by the west coast with its fishing and seafood culture.

The recessed pattern in the middle of the dial creates a beautiful texture. The minimalistic print and the inverted date dial, gives the watch a graphical look.

The individual numbering is represented by a dot on the minute track on the dial, from 1-50.

The warm white lustrous dial makes the heat blued hands pop out beautifully.


The Case

The Bravur x Wingårdh Limited Edition watch features a completely new case design. The case has been under development for 1,5 years, and has a sleek and elegant design.

With a diameter of 37 mm the size works well for both men and women. The case has been crafted with attention to details, and combines a polished bezel and a brushed mid case side surface.

The crown features our signature recessed mid surface with our AV logo.  

An internal anti-reflection coating on the sapphire crystal ensures a good readability of the dial.


The Strap

The strap is made from vegetable tanned leather, that has been tanned using only natural ingredients. The leather is produced by Tärnsjö Garveri in Sweden, and features an embossed fish scale pattern.

The strap is fitted with a polished pin buckle, and tapers from 18 to 16 mm.

The lining has a beautiful discreet dark green color.


The Hands

The beautiful blue color of the hands has been achieved by heating the steel hands, until the material changes color.

This is a very delicate process, that requires a lot of skill and experience in order to achieve the desired effect.

The Dial

The Bravur x Wingårdh Limited Edition watch is characterized by a geometric fish scale pattern on the dial, backside and leather strap, inspired by the west coast with its fishing and seafood culture.

The recessed pattern in the middle of the dial creates a beautiful texture. The minimalistic print and the inverted date dial, gives the watch a graphical look.

The individual numbering is represented by a dot on the minute track on the dial, from 1-50.

The warm white lustrous dial makes the heat blued hands pop out beautifully.


The Case

The Bravur x Wingårdh Limited Edition watch features a completely new case design. The case has been under development for 1,5 years, and has a sleek and elegant design.

With a diameter of 37 mm the size works well for both men and women. The case has been crafted with attention to details, and combines a polished bezel and a brushed mid case side surface.

The crown features our signature recessed mid surface with our AV logo.  

An internal anti-reflection coating on the sapphire crystal ensures a good readability of the dial.


The Strap

The strap is made from vegetable tanned leather, that has been tanned using only natural ingredients. The leather is produced by Tärnsjö Garveri in Sweden, and features an embossed fish scale pattern.

The strap is fitted with a polished pin buckle, and tapers from 18 to 16 mm.

The lining has a beautiful discreet dark green color.


The Hands

The beautiful blue color of the hands have been achieved by heating the steel hands, until the material changes color.

This is a very delicate process, that requires a lot of skill and experience in order to achieve the desired effect.



About Gert Wingårdh

Gert Wingårdh is one of Sweden’s most well-renowned and celebrated architects with over 40 years of experience. His work has been acknowledged both nationally and internationally, and he has designed buildings all over the world.

His work ranges from prestigious projects such as the Swedish embassy in Berlin and Washington to private homes. Gert is associated with playful and bold designs and has earned 5 Kasper Salin prizes, the highest award in Sweden for excellence in architecture.

He is the owner of Wingårdhs architect agency with more than 200 employees.

The Millhouse, Västra Karup, Sweden, 2000

Wingårdh converted a large old farm in the countryside in southern Sweden into a vacation house for a family from the nearby city of Malmö. He transformed the original farm buildings – cowshed, stables, hay loft and barn – into sleeping quarters, kitchen and a gym, among other rooms, and added a new freestanding wing to the late 19 th -century house.

This little annex is a refuge, a quiet place to escape to or a private domain for guests to inhabit. Throughout the project, the client demonstrated unwavering faith in the architect, giving him great latitude in designing the little fifty-square-meter cottage. The detailing of the annex surpasses all of Wingårdh’s prior work. The entire building is crafted with the precision of fine cabinetry and the craftsmanship and materials – oak and limestone – infuse the atmosphere with warmth and authenticity.

House of Sweden, Washington, 2006

The House of Sweden rejects the conventional embassy typology. The architecture emphasizes transparency instead of borders. This can be interpreted as an illustration of the welfare state, but is also an answer to the new agenda of diplomacy. Marketing has stepped in to the world of politics and information has replaced the communiqué.

The translucent exhibition space on the entry level, where sliding doors will open over the corners in suitable weather, is a solution for the expanded ambitions of the chancellery – so is the auditorium by the lily pond downstairs and, in a more abstract sense, the façade where the Swedish tradition of wood painting is revived by a computer-generated print. The materials are white stone for the podium, blond maple for the interior, which penetrates the thin glass shield and becomes exterior wall treatment only to be covered by a second glass layer containing a mist of white printed dots.

Victoria Tower, Stockholm, 2011

Victoria Tower is a 117.6-meter-high hotel and office building in Kista, Sweden. At the base of the slender tower is a broad podium that includes a restaurant, conference area, and more.

The parallelogram form of the tower is topped by a rectangular parallelepiped, so that the upper floors project out beyond the shaft below. An irregular arrangement of metal-colored triangular panes of glass gives the façade its character.

It incorporates eight different types of glass distributed randomly over the surface so that no regular pattern can be detected. Thin layers of metal oxide have been used to give the panes the insulating and solar shading attributes the situation demands.

Gert Wingårdh

Gert Wingårdh is one of Sweden’s most well-renowned and celebrated architects with over 40 years of experience. His work has been acknowledged both nationally and internationally, and he has designed buildings all over the world.

His work ranges from prestigious projects such as the Swedish embassy in Berlin and Washington to private homes. Gert is associated with playful and bold designs and has earned 5 Kasper Salin prizes, the highest award in Sweden for excellence in architecture.

He is the owner of Wingårdhs architect agency with more than 200 employees.

Gert Wingårdh projects

House of Sweden

House of Sweden, Washington, 2006

The House of Sweden rejects the conventional embassy typology. The architecture emphasizes transparency instead of borders. This can be interpreted as an illustration of the welfare state, but is also an answer to the new agenda of diplomacy. Marketing has stepped in to the world of politics and information has replaced the communiqué.

The translucent exhibition space on the entry level, where sliding doors will open over the corners in suitable weather, is a solution for the expanded ambitions of the chancellery – so is the auditorium by the lily pond downstairs and, in a more abstract sense, the façade where the Swedish tradition of wood painting is revived by a computer-generated print.

The materials are white stone for the podium, blond maple for the interior, which penetrates the thin glass shield and becomes exterior wall treatment only to be covered by a second glass layer containing a mist of white printed dots.

The Millhouse

The Millhouse, Västra Karup, Sweden, 2000

Wingårdh converted a large old farm in the countryside in southern Sweden into a vacation house for a family from the nearby city of Malmö. He transformed the original farm buildings – cowshed, stables, hay loft and barn – into sleeping quarters, kitchen and a gym, among other rooms, and added a new freestanding wing to the late 19 th -century house.

This little annex is a refuge, a quiet place to escape to or a private domain for guests to inhabit. Throughout the project, the client demonstrated unwavering faith in the architect, giving him great latitude in designing the little fifty-square-meter cottage. The detailing of the annex surpasses all of Wingårdh’s prior work. The entire building is crafted with the precision of fine cabinetry and the craftsmanship and materials – oak and limestone – infuse the atmosphere with warmth and authenticity.

Victoria Tower

Victoria Tower, Stockholm, 2008

Victoria Tower is a 117.6-meter-high hotel and office building in Kista, Sweden. At the base of the slender tower is a broad podium that includes a restaurant, conference area, and more.

The parallelogram form of the tower is topped by a rectangular parallelepiped, so that the upper floors project out beyond the shaft below. An irregular arrangement of metal-colored triangular panes of glass gives the façade its character.

It incorporates eight different types of glass distributed randomly over the surface so that no regular pattern can be detected. Thin layers of metal oxide have been used to give the panes the insulating and solar shading attributes the situation demands.


Rasmus Wingårdh

Rasmus Wingårdh is a Swedish fashion designer and creative known for his minimalistic and timeless design.

Today he is a freelance designer that has worked with some of Sweden’s most well-known brands, and his work ranges from clothes and accessories, to furniture and prints.

He has a background as head of design at Swedish fashion brand Filippa K and has been named Swedish designer of the year.

Rasmus Wingårdh projects

Lavage Foncé - Collaboration with Stayhard

Lavage Foncé - Collaboration with Stayhard

For the collection created for online fashion store Stayhard, Rasmus restricted himself to only work with black and dark blue.

Since the design Rasmus created is rather minimalistic, a lot of work and effort was put in to the quality and fit of the clothes.

Much of the inspiration for the collection comes from his relation to streetwear and classic tailoring.

Rasmus Wingårdh Atelier de Conception + R.S Woodwork

Rasmus Wingårdh Atelier de Conception + R.S Woodwork

A conversation between Rasmus Wingårdh and Rob Street ended up turning into a full collaboration. It all started with an octagonal table and grew into a whole series of furnitures, all hand made in Stockholm.

At first they had an abstract idea of what the tables would look like, wanting to get defined lines on the tabletop. There where thoughts of using inlay and Rob came up with the idea of turning it into a puzzle of grains flowing together. Rasmus started to play with how the lines would meet and the different pieces finally took shape.

The tops are a mosaic parquet of birch plywood from 30mm to 40mm in thickness. This makes them feel very solid, yet with all the angles on the sides, this creates the illusion of something very delicate.

This was actually the key throughout the whole process, not just with the tabletops. In fact it was the dominant reason behind most of the leg designs, since they needed to be stable, yet looking beautiful.

All this being said, the most important thing for the duo, was to create a beautiful hand crafted piece of furniture.

Uniforms For The Dedicated

Uniforms For The Dedicated

Ever since established in 2008 by a collective of various creative minds, UNIFORMS has evolved with devotion to life’s good things; love for the social occasions, food & wine, nature, and compelling timeless design.

Weaving tailoring and streetwear with firm focus on quality, UNIFORMS aim to make modern classics that will stand the test of time, translated into casual yet elegant designs to be comfortably worn at nearly any occasion – at work or to an afternoon gathering.

Including trousers with matching jackets, shirts, and jersey, as well as a selection of kitchen wear, the garments are made of organic, recycled, and bio-based materials, which are carefully selected to embody the certain quality UNIFORMS stands for.

About Rasmus Wingårdh

Rasmus Wingårdh is a Swedish fashion designer and creative known for his minimalistic and timeless design.

Today he is a freelance designer that has worked with some of Sweden’s most well-known brands, and his work ranges from clothes and accessories, to furniture and prints.

He has a background as head of design at Swedish fashion brand Filippa K and has been named Swedish designer of the year.

Lavage Foncé - Collaboration with Stayhard

For the collection created for online fashion store Stayhard, Rasmus restricted himself to only work with black and dark blue.

Since the design Rasmus created is rather minimalistic, a lot of work and effort was put in to the quality and fit of the clothes.

Much of the inspiration for the collection comes from his relation to streetwear and classic tailoring.

Rasmus Wingårdh Atelier de Conception + R.S Woodwork

A conversation between Rasmus Wingårdh and Rob Street ended up turning into a full collaboration. It all started with an octagonal table and grew into a whole series of furnitures, all hand made in Stockholm.

At first they had an abstract idea of what the tables would look like, wanting to get defined lines on the tabletop. There where thoughts of using inlay and Rob came up with the idea of turning it into a puzzle of grains flowing together. Rasmus started to play with how the lines would meet and the different pieces finally took shape.

The tops are a mosaic parquet of birch plywood from 30mm to 40mm in thickness. This makes them feel very solid, yet with all the angles on the sides, this creates the illusion of something very delicate.

This was actually the key throughout the whole process, not just with the tabletops. In fact it was the dominant reason behind most of the leg designs, since they needed to be stable, yet looking beautiful.

All this being said, the most important thing for the duo, was to create a beautiful hand crafted piece of furniture.

Uniforms For The Dedicated

Ever since established in 2008 by a collective of various creative minds, UNIFORMS has evolved with devotion to life’s good things; love for the social occasions, food & wine, nature, and compelling timeless design.

Weaving tailoring and streetwear with firm focus on quality, UNIFORMS aim to make modern classics that will stand the test of time, translated into casual yet elegant designs to be comfortably worn at nearly any occasion – at work or to an afternoon gathering.

Including trousers with matching jackets, shirts, and jersey, as well as a selection of kitchen wear, the garments are made of organic, recycled, and bio-based materials, which are carefully selected to embody the certain quality UNIFORMS stands for.