Offer ever more immersive creations
Behind each enthusiast hides a vision of watchmaking. We want to give life to this passion that brings together thousands of enthusiasts around the world. By integrating the community into the creative process, the ambition of Mu:n projects is to build editions that embody the spirit of the creators who accompany us.
To orchestrate this approach, our projects offer immersive creation spaces, adapted to each stage of creation. They allow the project teams to collect opinions and to sculpt, over feedback, our collaborative editions.
In perpetual evolution, we want these ephemeral spaces. Like a conquest, a collective march forward, our projects want to be punctuated by the passion of the community that brings them to life.
Reveal the entire manufacturing process
Transparency is at the heart of Mu:n projects. The understanding of the technical constraints, of price or even of feasibility, come to nourish and accompany our creation.
For each new edition, we are committed to highlighting the origin of components, suppliers, as well as production costs. These aspects are submitted to the community, and the results are accessible within spaces for free comments and exchanges.
Through this approach, we strive to promote watchmaking know-how, to depict the manufacturing techniques and the materials used. Even more, it's about highlighting the men and women behind our creations.
Engage in a common quest for innovation
Watchmaking is a living art, in perpetual innovation. In order to give life to the ideas of our creators, we pursue a quest for accuracy in the choice of components and partners who accompany us. More than just suppliers, they work with us on ephemeral editions Mu:n.
We are committed to producing with them innovative components, both in the manufacturing method and in the design, to contribute, at our level, to the diversity and accuracy of the watchmaking world.
We choose to go to the moon.
We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we intend to win, and the others, too.
The Address at Rice University on the Nation's Space Effort