Inspired by designs from the mid- to late-1960s, MB&F HM11 Architect imagines if a house were a watch. The radical fusion of watchmaking and architecture results in a 42 mm case with four chamber displays referencing rooms in a dwelling. Its dial rotates, allowing the wearer to decide which direction each room faces. At the heart of the home is a three-dimensional horological engine with a flying tourbillon. It sits below a double-domed sapphire roof, while a see-through crown allows for direct views of the movement. Available in two editions, the MB&F HM11 Architect Watch will be limited to 25 pieces in grade 5 titanium with a blue dial plate and 25 in grade 5 titanium with a red gold dial plate.