The Oktopus II has a strong reference to its predecessor in the design of its case body, yet boasts a brand new case construction.Learn More
I am obsessed with construction. One form in particular is the skeleton structure - evidently in our Spido watch cases.
One can never cease to admire the beauty and wonder of the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. The level of engineering required to build a robust structure out of a skeleton is extraordinary.
In the same vein, the case design for our Spido family comes from the necessity of its construction which gives rise to its aesthetics. Beauty in its most natural form.