Franck Muller watches are one of the finest and most complicated in the world. The manufacture was founded in Geneva by Franck Muller and Vartan Sirmakes with the aim of creating exclusive timepieces characterized by complicated movements and original designs. Thanks to its strong in-house capabilities in numerous fields of Haute Horlogerie, this young company rapidly became one of the best Swiss Horlogerie brands. Today, we believe we succeeded in combining boldness and creativity with exceptional Haute Horlogerie know-how.
Franck decided to devote his career to creating highly complicated watches and started working in his workshop on timepieces that would become exceptional world premieres. Later, in 1991, he met Vartan Sirmakes, who challenged him to turn a small volume production into a prestigious brand and enterprise that Franck Muller is today.
This unique watchmaking concept enables us to concentrate on the same property in all the various stages of the making of a watch: conception, manufacturing, engraving, servicing, etc.
In 2004, after years of development, Franck Muller revolutionized the watchmaking industry by making the very first tri-axial tourbillon in the world. The Revolution 3 offers an exceptional technical spectacle as well as emotions only to be found at Franck Muller. This stunning complication is the result of one of the most complex creations in Haute Horlogerie.
Franck Muller watches became easily identifiable thanks to their Cintrée Curvex shape which is commonly recognized as the brand's most significant silhouette. For the brand, it quickly became a great success and a way to express its unique identity, assert its DNA and demonstrate its know-how in case manufacturing.
Franck Muller has distinguished itself not only by the exceptional nature of its models but also by the creation of its watch fair: the WPHH — World Presentation of Haute Horlogerie, where it demonstrates its pioneering status as an independent brand.
Master of Complications
All the mechanical watchmaking complications invented by Franck Muller are designed and developed at the heart of our workshops. From the simple sketch of a world premiere mechanism to the execution of the plans, via the construction of a prototype, right through to monitoring the production — every stage of manufacturing a watch is followed to its successful completion.
The degree of hand finishing and hand craftsmanship on Franck Muller watches and their grand complications are exemplary within the industry. The care, patience, and attention is given to each component is tremendous.