Virtually all watches require you to rotate your wrist to see the time. In an elevator or in the boardroom, that’s not a problem. However, imagine yourself at the wheel of your Porsche GT3, hurtling around Homestead Raceway’s road course at 145 mph. You need to be on a 2 p.m. Zoom call but survival requires you to keep your hands on the wheel. A quick glance at the Gran Turismo’s canted dial tells you it’s 1:30 p.m.; plenty of time for a few more laps. At first glance, the Gran Turismo Watch is a piece of modern art secured to your wrist. Viewed from above, it in no way resembles a typical watch; the dial is canted to allow perfect visibility while driving a car or riding a motorcycle. The hour is clearly displayed at the top while second and minute hands sweep around an inner dial. Best yet, the auto-winding mechanism inside the stainless housing stays in place at all speeds by means of a thick, premium leather band; AzimuthWatch.com.
Under the guidance of General Director & CEO Susan Danis, the Florida Grand Opera (FGO) has grown into the world-class powerhouse it is today — while reflecting the Miami community, both in its staff and what it puts on stage. At the forefront is the central notion that Opera is for everyone.
The Fuoripista combines sculptural and architectural beauty with remarkable functionality, allowing for training session that faithfully recreate a real road race while sitting on a work of art.