The shape of the case in the Audemars Piguet Millenary collection draws inspiration from an architectural masterpiece from the Roman period: the oval-shaped Colosseum. The oval-shaped case provides a 3D dimension that reveals the overlapping of components and the incomparable depth effect. The visual effect created by the polished textures and distinctive shapes allows the movement to breathe in and out before the viewer's eyes, as its name suggests. On the outside, the watch's inner workings are revealed in the form of an ingeniously crafted, elegantly painted movement that is at the heart of the Millenary collection's design philosophy. The Millenary collection is distinguished by the presence of simple or multifunctional mechanical movements, off-centered dials and eye-catching hour markers.
Whether in calendar or tourbillon versions, or in different precious or innovative materials, the Millenary collection is equally appealing for its power and beauty. The Audemars Piguet Millenary collection is a worthy precursor to the neo-classical world of the third millennium.