Inspiration Inspired by engineer Luigi Cosenza (1905 – 1984), exponent of rationalism, has its prerogative in the simplicity of the shape, intentionally reduced to essentiality. The absence of any concession to ephemeral and decoration makes these glasses the most stern and serious, yet the most modern. Personality The Cosenza model, square-shaped, has defined lines, but is not sharp-edged. It suits self-confident yet not rigid personalities, influential yet not domineering. Determined, but open-minded, therefore ready to look around and widen their horizons. Description FRONT FRAME: its rectangular shape has rounded corners, making this model suitable both for round and square faces. Its rounded mill helps to smooth the square form, looking pragmatic yet not too stiff. TEMPLES: thanks to the precision of the Italian craftsmanship expertise, this model – “sail” – is connected to the front frame by the insert in the acetate, conveniently milled with the Good’s brand in metal. The earpiece temple tip is pierced with an “o” of the Good’s brand. ANIMA (core): visible from outside, silver or gold color, it reproduces the fluted pilasters of the Church of San Martino Charterhouse in Naples.
- PositionningEyewear manufacturer - craftsmen, Bespoke, Design niche market, Luxury
- Target buyerAgent, Doctor's office / hospital / clinic, Distributor, Sourcing / wholesaler