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Art Di Milano Series


Boggati was known for his keen eye for detail and his ability to infuse creativity into his architectural designs. His love for art was evident in the intricate patterns he incorporated into his structures, reminiscent of the beautiful artwork that adorned the walls of art galleries and museums in Milan.

However, Boggati's true passion extended beyond his architectural endeavors. He had an insatiable wanderlust, and his heart longed to explore the world, drawing inspiration from diverse cultures and landscapes. Milan served as his base, but he would often embark on journeys to different parts of the globe, eager to immerse himself in new experiences and broaden his artistic horizons.

On one of his journeys, Boggati found himself in Paris, captivated by the grandeur of the Louvre Museum and the enchanting streets of Montmartre. The vibrant colors of the impressionist paintings and the bohemian atmosphere ignited a spark within him. He couldn't wait to return to Milan and infuse his architectural creations with the same sense of energy and emotion.

Back in Milan, Boggati poured his heart and soul into his architectural projects. His designs became a harmonious blend of art and functionality, a testament to his love for both disciplines. His creations stood out in the city's skyline, showcasing his unique style and his unwavering dedication to his craft.

But despite his success as an architect, Boggati felt a deep longing for new adventures. He yearned to travel once again, to explore the hidden gems of the world and find inspiration in the unlikeliest of places. He knew that his artistic journey had only just begun, and he couldn't resist the call of the unknown.

One day, as he strolled through the cobblestone streets of Milan, Boggati came across an art gallery that showcased works from around the world. Intrigued, he stepped inside and was immediately captivated by the diverse range of art on display. Each painting told a unique story, inviting him to delve deeper into the artist's mind.

As he admired a particularly striking painting, Boggati's eyes met those of a fellow art enthusiast, Sofia. She too had a deep appreciation for art and had traveled from her hometown in Florence to experience the art scene in Milan. A conversation sparked between them, and they discovered a shared passion for exploration and creativity.

Sofia's wanderlust mirrored Boggati's, and they soon embarked on countless adventures together, exploring the artistic wonders of the world. From the streets of Rome to the serene landscapes of Tuscany, they found inspiration in every corner they visited. The couple would often return to Milan, their love for the city's art and architecture never fading.

In time, Boggati's architectural projects became renowned not only in Milan but also internationally. His designs were celebrated for their innovative blend of art and functionality. The world marveled at his ability to weave cultural influences into his creations, an ode to the places he had traveled and the art he had encountered.

Milan remained the beating heart of Boggati's artistic journey. Its vibrant streets and art-filled corners continued to inspire him. The city became a hub for creative minds, drawn to its rich history and thriving artistic community.

And so, the architect who loved art and travel in Milan, Boggati, continued to shape the world with his visionary designs. He understood that art and architecture were inseparable, and through his creations



Movement: Customized and decorated in-house Antonio Boggati SWISS automatic movement, 26 jewels

Case Material: 904L brushed and polished stainless steel.

Case color: Silver.

Back case: Brushed sculpture surface 904L stainless steel.

Manufacture process: Diamond cutting hands.

Crystal: Anti – Reflective, Sapphire Crystal glass (unscratchable).

Strap details: 904L brushed and polished stainless steel.

Water Resistance: 10ATM (100m).

Dial: Three-layer embossed dial with silver calligraphic hands.

Numbering: Roman skeleton asymmetric numbering.

Hands: Diamond Cut Hands with BGW9 Lume

Diameter: 39mm.

Thickness: 10.6mm.

Weight: 185gr.

‘Formed by passion, inspired by design: AB’

The Art Di Milano Series is the representation of the haute horology of Antonio Boggati. It’s a piece of artwork that combines elegance, complexity, and luxury. A limited-edition, SWISS-MADE diamond-finished timepiece engages with AB001 in-house Swiss automatic movement, with a  premium high-end polished and brushed stainless steel strap that provides the ultimate luxury and sports experience. A signature to your wrist inspired by the art of Milano while keeping the origins of the brand. 
The high-detail skeleton dial composes of different decorations and patterns of asymmetric Romanian numbering.