The culmination of 7 years of research and development, drawing upon the human talents working in various disciplines, the Code 11.59 by Audemars Piguet Universelle pays tribute to the grand complication.

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  • The “Universelle”, simply complicated

    • Savoir-Faire

    Created in 1899, the watch known as the “Universelle” is one of the most complicated watches in the world.

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  • 2023 greetings from Le Brassus: The "Octagon" end-of-year party

    • News

    Once more, we wanted to share our best wishes with a greeting video starring our AP people.

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  • Yu Ji, Stone Barnacles and Seeds 2022

    • Art

    A new immersive artwork by Shanghai-based artist Yu Ji titled “Stone, Barnacles, and Seeds” (2022), commissioned by Audemars Piguet Contemporary and curated by Li Qi, premiered at West Bund Art & Design in Shanghai from 10 to 13 November 2022.

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  • International Putting Institute

    • Golf

    Our Dream Team Members bring putting to a whole new level as they are sent to the “International Putting Institute” to perfect their skills.

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  • An immersive exhibition for the Royal Oak's 50th anniversary

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    Audemars Piguet celebrated the Royal Oak's jubilee with a dedicated exhibition which was on view at the Arts Pavilion in Hong Kong's West Kowloon Cultural District from 18 – 25 September 2022.

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  • Two Royal Oak Selfwinding sets shimmering with iridescent coloured gemstones

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    Two unprecedented white gold Royal Oak Selfwinding sets in 37 and 41 mm reinterpret the “traditional” rainbow watch to celebrate 50 years of Royal Oak design innovation.

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  • Andreas Angelidakis, Center for the critical appreciation of antiquity

    • Art

    Artist Andreas Angelidakis’s first solo exhibition in Paris, Center for the Critical Appreciation of Antiquity (2022), is now on view with free admission at the historic Espace Niemeyer until 30 October 2022.

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  • A New Pioneering Book Written by Bill Prince

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    Audemars Piguet and publishing house Assouline celebrate the Royal Oak’s 50th anniversary with a dedicated book entitled “Royal Oak: From Iconoclast to Icon”.

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  • Meriem Bennani, Windy

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    Co-commissioned by High Line Art and Audemars Piguet Contemporary, artist Meriem Bennani’s first public sculpture, Windy (2022) is installed on the High Line at 24th Street and will remain on view through May 2023.

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  • It Takes Time to Create the Extraordinary

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    Haute Horlogerie demands patience and time, being rooted in ancestral techniques and meticulous gestures, most of which are still carried out by hand. It takes hundreds of hours – and sometimes more – to create an Audemars Piguet watch.

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  • The Royal Oak through the Eyes of the Women Who Make It

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    On the occasion of the Royal Oak’s 50th anniversary, we asked 8 women to tell us about their work and passion for the Royal Oak.

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  • Creativity by and for Women

    • News

    In 1976, Jacqueline Dimier designed the women’s version of the Royal Oak – a watch in its own way as shockingly revolutionary as the original. For Audemars Piguet, this model was the first milestone in a rich and varied women’s line, since punctuated by amazing creative collaborations.

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