OUR JOURNEY

To be present. Here and now. To embrace the full power, wonder, and perfection of each moment. This moment. Only this moment is life.

Nunc [nʊŋk] is Latin for now.

It is born from deep personal journeys. Consumed by work, stresses, and the constant distraction of technology, we realised how few moments we actually spend ‘in the moment’. And yet, it is when we are present-minded that we are the best versions of ourselves and feel most alive. Brought together around this perspective on life we asked ourselves a simple question: “would we prefer to spend our lives measuring time, or experiencing it?”

We want to impact people's lives in a meaningful way, by reinterpreting the meaning of time. We want to empower people everywhere to embrace the present moment. To reconnect with their surroundings - city, nature, family and friends. To ultimately find a sense of wholeness in being here, now.

We thrived in condensing the depth of Nunc into an elegant yet minimalist design that represents the simple perfection of each and every moment. Handcrafted by Italian artisans in northern Italy, each piece is unique. The natural marble stone - white Carrara or black Marquina - has been sculpted in Bologna and is encased in the highest grade stainless steel from Valle Trompia. The handmade wooden box contains a Moringa seed which can be planted inside as a reminder of the growth journey towards present-mindedness.
 

Nunc. That one deep breath to ground you in your everyday life.

 

 

You can read more about our story and what drives us in driven by meaning

 
 
Leuconoë, don’t ask, we never know, what tomorrow will bring,
your fate or mine, don’t waste your time on Babylonian calculations. 
How much better to know and suffer what will happen,
whether Jupiter will give us more winters, or this is the last one
afflicting the cliffs of the Tyrrhenian sea.
Be wise, and pour the wine, since time is short while far-reaching is hope.
The envious moment is passing us by now, nunc, while we’re speaking:
Seize the moment, place in the hours that come as little faith as you can.
— HORACE, ODES I.XI - CARPE DIEM