Everything From Growl to Click-Clack

Whether Daniel, Massimo or Leo, one of us is pretty much always at the atelier. And when nothing too pressing requires our attention, then our gaze is often drawn to the parking spaces directly in front of the atelier in the Tödistrasse. Whenever we happen to see something special parked out front, we try to preserve it for posterity. More often than not, the owners of these automotive highlights are our clients. What happens then? Well, you guessed it, we get a picture of both the new Maurice de Mauriac timepiece and the car! The double sense of pride is written in the face of the car / new watch owner. Once the last customer of the day departs, we oftentimes close up the shop and head out into the Zurich evening. While the distinctive sound of big block can be heard making its way up the street, we are heading down the street to the click-clack sound of our Brompton—the embodiment of the English folding bike.

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