Linjer, a design studio obsessed with finding the finest natural materials and crafting them into elegant, functional accessories for everyday life, has launched a minimalist range of timepieces, which is now available. Discover Linjer’s watch collection inspired by Snøhetta’s Oslo Opera House.
At the heart of Linjer’s studio is a desire to live more thoughtfully and more sustainably. Through everything they make, they hope to share the distinctive beauty of products that are made to last and that honour the natural materials used to make them.
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Both watches feature a clean white dial with numberless indices and a date window. Each style has a stainless-steel case with either a brushed gold, rose gold, silver or gunmetal finish and matching second hand.
Each watch holds a Swiss quartz movement and domed sapphire crystal lens. It comes with a full-grain, vegetable tanned leather strap that has a quick-release spring bar, allowing it to be changed easily.
The leather used in the straps is designed to be sustainable and improve with age, according to its founders, who launched Linjer as a luxury leather goods brand in 2014.
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