Max Büser is probably one of the most daring watchmakers we’ve seen over the past 20 years. This new timepiece is yet another proof of that. Inspired by mid-to-late 1960s designs, the MB&F HM11 Architect is what a retro-futuristic house would look like, only if it were a watch. This radical fusion of watchmaking and architecture materialises in a 42mm rotating case equipped with four chambers which, in the image of the rooms of a house, one can decide on the orientation. A central flying tourbillon forms the heart of the house, which is home to a sapphire crystal crown, which allows an unimpeded view directly into the movement.