Hey, architecture aficionados: Ever want to wear a small building on your wrist? Well, Alessi is giving you a chance this fall with the Daytimer OLED watch, whose faceted surface resembles the latest trends in architectural skins. And little surprise: The timepiece is co-designed by Will Alsop, known for his colorful avant-garde buildings (including the amazing Peckham library in South London, for those keeping score) and Italian architect/product developer Federico Grazzini. Function-wise the watch is also far from shabby, with a display six times brighter than ordinary digital models. To optimize battery life—and not annoy the hell out of you—the display stays off until you push a button on the side of the watch face. When that happens, one of nine different graphics appears for six second on the screen, immediately followed by the hour and minute, date, and day of the week. Oh, and that faceted surface? It’s made via double-injection molding, with the watch’s hard plastic core covered by a soft plastic outer case and band. The watch face is acrylic glass, and the caseback laminated in stainless steel to prevent static build-up. And in true Alsop and Alessi form, it’s available in a mini rainbow of hues: green, purple, red, and black.