To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the independence of Singapore, Audemars Piguet Joined Hands with Gardens by the Bay to Present Giant Flower Clock, which fused the exquisite timing and flower gardening.
Singapore’s national development minister Khaw Boon Wan, chief executive of marina bay gardenDr Kiat W. Tan and Audemars Piguet watch board members Mr. Oliviero Bottinelli attended the flower clock launch ceremony.
Flower Clock was set in intersections between cooling greenhouse pavilion and giant trees, with the width of 7 meters, and it was especially eye-catching in marina bay garden. The Flower Clock set the symbolic characteristics of the Audemars Piguet royal oak watch for design inspiration, and integrated into the traditiona and the modern garden landscape elements, matching with tropical vegetation and unique flowers, regularly replace of flower seeds for public viewing.
The chief executive of Marina bay garden Dr Kiat w. Tan said: “on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the independence of Singapore, thank Audemars Piguet watch very much for the wonderful flower clock tribute. For us who in the past have been lucky enough to witness the Singapore flower clock, the meaning of the flower clock is even more special. Now, to celebrate the national independence at the same time, we can review memories in marina bay garden, and create a new history.”
Audemars Piguet watch board members Mr Oliviero Bottinelli said: “we have been looking for a meaningful way, to let the Audemars Piguet involve in the Singapore’s celebration. The solemn promise of Audemars Piguet watch to perform global forest and environment protection, is very happy with the marina bay garden, with the 50th anniversary tribute to Singapore.”
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