Buying a house in the Bernese Jura, a classic watchmaking region, and visiting various museums aroused my interest in large clocks. Further research and countless construction attempts brought me closer to the subject.
With the help of Kurt Berger, Miki Eleta and Roland Wyss, I further deepened my knowledge and was finally bitten by the watch virus.
As a designer, I have passionately developed a variety of jigs, gauges and special machines, with which most components can be manufactured in my workshop. All other suppliers and subcontractors are from Switzerland.
My background as a mechanic, further training in art and my bread-winning activity as a designer result in the Fischer language of form - an unagitated, timeless aesthetic for time measurement.