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A pioneer in the use of new materials, Audemars Piguet is the first watchmaking company to invest significantly in forged carbon. Spotlight on an ultra-high-tech material.
The Royal Oak's dial is decoratively engraved in a remarkable way thanks to machines that are half a century old. A tour accompanied by the rhythmic sound of ticking.
The Ecole Technique de la Vallée de Joux is one of Switzerland’s best technical schools. Several of its alumni are now excelling at Audemars Piguet.
The Vallée de Joux, cradle of the Manufacture, is one of Switzerland’s most well-protected natural areas, with forests that stretch as far as the eye can see. Join us for a walk through this piece of paradise.
From the case to the movements, engraving is one of the decorative techniques that form the soul of a luxury watch. It’s a savoir-faire that has been passed down from generation to generation.
Among the sixty watchmaking occupations, the “constructeur habillage” (external parts designer) is central to the development of Audemars Piguet watches. A spotlight on the profession.
Jasmine Audemars, president of the Audemars Piguet Foundation, follows its environmental and educational projects closely. A look back on 18 years of professional commitment.