Recent appearances by the artist Adam Pak in films and TV series have been impressive, earning him acclaim and promising opportunities. Born and raised in Australia, Adam Pak pursued a degree in arts and design. He later interned for a renowned design firm in Amsterdam. Even though he is now working in the entertainment industry, he has never lost his passion for design. Meanwhile, Adam always sees the charm of watch collecting so he has kept more than a dozen of watches in various styles to match with his outfits. In appreciation of Adam’s fashion sense and talents, Memorigin invited him to design a timepiece and here it is, the Ebullience Tourbillon.
The Ebullience timepiece embodies Adam’s creative concept of “tourbillon in a tourbillon”. A part of the dial is skeletonized. The remaining metallic dial is engraved with a tourbillon balance wheel and an escapement. The hollow part forms a rounded arc, which subtly contrasts with the silver face and gently exposes the complicated inner workings beneath. While the real tourbillon movement rotates slowly at the bottom, the design brings an illusory visual effect as if two tourbillons are twirling.
The balance bridge with the word “EBULLIENCE” chiseled out symbolizes the endless design passion Adam’s has. The whole watch, from the case to the hands, incorporates only the black and silver color tones. It comes with a stingray strap in dark grey color, highlighting a modern timepiece of timeless worth.
The watch is equipped with a manual-winding tourbillon movement made up of 155 subassembly modules and 18 jewels. It provides 40 hours of power reserve. The fascinating tourbillon at the six o’clock position oscillates 28,800 times per hour.
Retail price: HKD $38,800
PVD black-plated stainless-steel case
Watch diameter: approx. 43mm
Watch thickness: approx. 14mm
Both sides sapphire crystal
Water resistance: 5ATM
155 pieces of subassembly module and 18 jewels
Frequency: 28,800 oscillations/ hour
40 hours power reserve
The tourbillon located at 6 o’clock rotates at a speed of 60s for one circle