RECAP: MB&F's M.A.D. Gallery Grand Opening (Hong Kong)
Text by Justin Ng | Photos courtesy of MB&F
(From left) Maximilian Büsser, Canis Lee, and Stan Lee
M.A.D. Gallery
Maximilian Büsser
Maximilian Büsser and Stan Lee
Maximilian Büsser
MB&F VIP lounge area

It was about time. MB&F held a grand opening ceremony to officially launch their M.A.D. Gallery to Hong Kong, following its debuts in Geneva, Taipei and Dubai. Opening in Tsim Sha Tsui's bustling Harbour City, officiating guests including MB&F founder Maxmimilian Büsser, Elegant Watch and Jewellery CEO Stan Lee and Harbour City Estates Limited assistant director Canis Lee celebrated the inauguration of the mechanical art gallery. Each officiating guest inserted a gigantic gear into a specially-designed installation that activated the gallery lights. The guest speeches were followed by a guided tour across the gallery, hosted by Mr. Büsser. The tour highlighted several unique Mechanial Art Devices, as well as a VIP lounge area that visitors could relax and appreciate the collection in.

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