Best described as an "intergalactic horological weather station," the Fifth Element is a new functional, timekeeping and weather-forecasting art piece crafted from a stunning structure of stainless steel and brass. The structure features zones that hold three different pods that include a clock, barometer, thermometer, and a hygrometer. The clock is an in-house design by their partners at L’Epée, who have created a 161-component movement with an 8-day power reserve. There are even alien lifeforms made out of brass, sitting below the pods that rotate around the Fifth Element's cockpit. The entire piece features a staggering 531 components and comes in three colors, each produced in a run of 18 pieces.
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