In all my Intercenali I want above all my rearder to see how I want them to be involved into my sharp finding themes suitable to mitigate their most serious concerns.
L. B. Alberti 1404-1472
ARCHITECT, MATHEMATIAN and SCULPTOR
Anima San Martino
The decoration of this core is inspired by the fluted pilasters of the Charterhouse Church of San Martino in Naples (XVII century).
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ALBERTI C1 Black
ALBERTI C2 Red Zebra
ALBERTI C3 Wood-horn
ALBERTI C4 Petrol Green
Inspired by the architect Leon Battista Alberti (1404 – 1472), perhaps the most persuasive figure in the history of Renaissance architecture, follows the dictates of the architect who identifies proportion as the mathematical and geometric tool that allows to determine the spaces and elements in relation to the whole.
The Alberti model, with its geometric and proportionate shape, is suitable for “square” and self-confident people, with great moral strength and capable to sustain adversity with balance and dignity, thanks to a balanced and rational mind that allows them to have a wide and global vision of problems to be faced and solved.
FRONT FRAME: The rectangular but not angular shape, has the metal bridge, decorated like the temples, which fits into the milling performed above the lenses. Thanks to four slots in the acetate it is possible, using appropriate screws, to adjust the bridge for a fit that adapts to different nose shapes.
TEMPLES: “Book” model, made of horizontally grooved metal that simulates the pages of a book enclosed by a prestigious cover of an old book. 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.
100% handmade in Italy
90 PIECES LIMITED EDITION
Mazzucchelli M49 bio-acetate, polished by hand
Details are all milled and manufactured by hand, through 60 processing steps
Metal front rivet, silver or gold color reproduce the apostrophe taken from the Good’s logo
Anima (core) in metal, forged with a specific three-dimensional mold and inserted by hand in the temple