The Lab

  • The Illustrative side of LW

    Posted on April 23, 2010 by Linde Werdelin

    What do graphic novels, watches and professional instruments have to do with one another? It might not have been obvious, but it struck us with total sense when we decided to take a fresh and rather illustrative approach to presenting and sharing our watches and instruments. It all started … Read More

  • Travel Back in Time in Grimentz

    Posted on April 3, 2010 by Linde Werdelin

    Grimentz is a beautiful little village of the postcard perfect Val d’Anniviers in the Swiss Alps. To stroll through the village is like wandering into the 13th century, the period from which many of the wooden houses originate. For a long time, I had planned to return to the incredibly … Read More

  • Courmayeur: Rediscover the Gems

    Posted on March 6, 2010 by Linde Werdelin

    While heliskiing in Turkey was an extreme and personal experience, my getaway with family to Courmayeur presented a much coveted low key mountain lifestyle in the winter. This great resort has a sophisticated ambiance. Town strolling, relaxation, lively après ski, local cuisine and wine, etc, can … Read More

  • Heli-skiing in Turkey - Final Thought

    Posted on February 21, 2010 by Linde Werdelin

    [...Continued from Heli-skiing in Turkey] Having said that, Turkey is a rather spectacular place to ski. Imagine if you would be all alone with a helicopter for a whole week in Zermatt or Chamonix after a snowstorm had left one meter of perfect snow – and … Read More

  • Heli-skiing in Turkey

    Posted on February 21, 2010 by Linde Werdelin

    What a unique experience! Last Saturday I flew from London to Trabzon via Istanbul. It was slightly unnerving being the minority, surrounded by people who didn’t speak any European language and looked very different. Old women dressed in traditional shawls and dresses, men with large moustaches and serious faces. I … Read More

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