The unique and brilliant Swiss watchmaker FRANCK MULLER, famous for its design and unique mechanical watches, is proud to bring the world of luxury to a new level in Myanmar.
In Yangon, for the very first time for a high-end watchmaking brand, FRANCK MULLER has launched its boutique in the beautiful and promising country of Myanmar. Inspired by the intricacies of Burmese traditional handicrafts and majestically set in eight acres of beautifully landscaped gardens near Inya Lake, the Sedona Hotel is the ideal setting for them to display its outstanding masterpieces. The boutique offers 200 square meters of surface including a dedicated space to its sister company: BACKES & STRAUSS. The boutique is a true highlight of innovation, know-how and art.
About Franck Muller: Master of Complications and One of a Kind Masterpieces
Since its creation in 1992, FRANCK MULLER has been designing outstanding and one-of-a-kind masterpieces that have never been seen in the history of mechanical watches. They are also known for being the “Master of Complications”, has always focused on creating watches that stand out by their unique complications and harmonious design.
In less than 20 years, they introduced several World Premiere watches, unique masterpieces characterized by innovative complications. Over the years, FRANCK MULLER not only focused on Grand Complications watches but also on design and exquisite watches for women. Offering a wide range of timekeepers, they already has registered 65 patents in its 20 years of existence.
Passion for Crafts, Supreme Aesthetics and Advanced Technology
The FRANCK MULLER timekeepers embody the evolution of the brand, supreme aesthetics and advanced technology, while faithfully carrying on the inherited traditions of watch making savoir-faire. The ancient and close relationship between ‘man and time’ is evoked in the their watches and lets the owner re-acknowledge the ‘preciousness of time’. More than a watch, the FRANCK MULLER timekeepers express the passion for crafts of their watchmakers, making “time” even more symbolic to the owner. www.franckmuller.com