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The ORICO is an Automatic Mechanical Watch inspired by Sunflower which comes in a 45mm 316Ti Stainless Steel – Titanium case and black rubber strap, making it long-lasting. I imagined this Sport-Formal model using the beautiful, subdued aesthetic grammar of the circle. The idea of the pattern on the Rotor and Dial is inspired by the sunflower seeds. The pattern of seeds follows the Fibonacci Sequence. Relying on a rotor made of Copper and Bronze alloy, combined with the winding system with ceramic Ball bearing, can be efficiently wound while maintaining the compact dimensions of an extra-flat,
Bio Pouya is an Iranian award-winning product designer who graduated in Mechanical Engineering from the Technology University of Tabriz. His Inspiration in Art not only affected every aspect of his life but also lead him to distribute it by start teaching in university when he was 21. After his graduation, he decided to enhance his knowledge and skill as a self-taught. Now, over the last 5 years that he has worked as a freelance product designer, who has worked for hundreds of clients for designing, developing, and facilitating the production of consumer goods.
Other prizes 1st Place, Grand Prize Keyshot Rendering Competition 2020 - California, USA //// 2nd place, Silver Award - A'Design Awards 2019 - Como, Italy //// 1st Place, Gold Award - idiran Award 2018 - Tehran, Iran //// 3rd place, Bronze Prize - IDA Design Awards 2018 - Los Angles, USA //// 3rd place, Bronze Prize - IDA Design Awards 2018 - Los Angles, USA //// 1st Place, Grand Prize Keyshot Rendering Competition 2020 - California, USA //// 2nd place, Silver Award - idiran Award 2016 Tehran, Iran //// Diploma of Honor 43rd Worldskills competition 2015 - Sao Paulo, Brazil //// 3rd place Gold Medalist GRABCAD Golden Gear Award 2015- Boston, USA //// 1st Place, Gold Award - National Urban furniture design - Mazandaran, Iran //// 1st Place, Gold Medalist 15th Iranskills Competitions - Tehran, Iran
Photo Credit: Pouya Hosseinzadeh
Credits: Photo by: Pouya Hosseinzadeh