La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton
In its quest for the highest level of craftsmanship, innovation, and creativity in the art of high-end watchmaking, Louis Vuitton brings the world’s most skilled artisans together at La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton in Geneva.
With the creation of this state-of-the-art workshop in Switzerland, Louis Vuitton is dedicated to combining a watchmaker’s independent creativity with the dynamics of a great Maison by providing a high-tech environment that allows for imagination to flourish.
Providing the Tools to Invent Tomorrow
The architecture and design of La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton bring together traditional tools and advanced technology so that savoir-faire can encourage innovation. Thanks to their human scale and bathed in light, the workshops allow the master watchmakers, engineers, designers, and other experts to share their respective talents and creative energy.
Moving Watchmaking Forward
United by the quest for innovation, watchmakers at La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton are continually inventing new ways of crafting watches from developing new complications, improving functionalities, designing new dials, or dreaming up entirely novel and unexpected timepieces in a perpetual exploration of the Art of Travel.
Showcasing Artistic Techniques
With the utmost attention to detail and precision, a multitude of artistic techniques such as miniature hand-painting, fine stone marquetry, and precious stone setting, are used to decorate the dials of Louis Vuitton's high-watchmaking models.
Meeting the Highest Standards
Since the creation of the first Louis Vuitton watch in 2002, quality has been an absolute and unquestionable priority when it comes to design, manufacturing, production, assembly, and finishing Louis Vuitton's entirely Swiss-made watches. The Maison defines the highest standards for the smallest components, whether they are visible from the outside or hidden deep inside the case, with several of its finest timepieces earning the prestigious independant seal of the Poinçon de Genève.