Dzmitry Samal’s Concrete Watches

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Dzmitry Samal, Belarus-born designer of geometric fame, has released yet another ground-breaking product: a “Megapolis-inspired” concrete watch. Softly angular edges, nifty navigational details, and no-nonsense hands that look like building silhouettes, each timepiece carries a distinct urban appearance.

Dzmitry, of course, is no stranger to good design: he’s collaborated with Stile Bertone, Renault, Honda, and L’Avvento; participated in several European and World Design Conferences; and has been published worldwide, including in W, GQ, Elle Decoration, Glamour, and the like.

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