During his time at Harry Winston, Max revolutionised complicated watchmaking with the Opus collection. Collaborating with some of the most brilliant minds in the industry. Breaking free from the more ‘traditional’ route, Max then went on to found Max Büsser & Friends (MB&F) in 2005, releasing their first Horological Machine (HM1) in 2007. 11 years and 15 Machines later, Max recently visited Singapore to unveil Horological Machine Number 9 (HM9 Flow).
For more on how Balthazar got his name, the story behind Max’s tattoo and his love for machines, read our interview with Max here: https://www.thehourglass.com/interviews/maximilian-busser-on-watches-tattoos-creativity/