The last couple of years, we’ve seen an explosion of minimalist watch designs. Companies large and small, old and new are designing timepieces that fit the bill: They’re void of extraneous detail, they’re geometrically congruent, and they’re easy to read. As an ethos of design, minimalism’s heyday centered around the Bauhaus Movement, in the 1920s and ‘30s. But like history, design repeats itself. Here we are, nearly 100 years later, enjoying a Bauhaus revival.