In sculpture I have always tried to represent the motion and in architecture I wanted to overcome the limits imposed by the sculpture’s coldness and motionless. The spectator has to become part of the unlimited continuity and variety of the architectonical space, being illusory confused with it.
G. L. Bernini 1598-1680
ARCHITECT, PAINTER 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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BERNINI C1 Black shiny/matt
BERNINI C2 Havana tobacco
BERNINI C3 Blue navy
BERNINI C4 Caramel purple
Inspired by the architect Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598 – 1680), a master in blending architecture and sculpture to create dilated spaces that create an illusion of expansion. This model favors plastic and soft lines, with rounded corners, the slightly elliptical shape of the lens and the key bridge give unity and harmony to the glasses.
The Bernini model is suitable for extroverted people like the architect who inspired it. Dynamic and non-static people, always on the move, with a wide and unrestricted vision of the surrounding space in which reality and invention interact with each other.
FRONT FRAME: reproduces the eye shape of the previous Alisio model, with a rectangular shape with soft and rounded lines, but replaces the metal bridge with an acetate key bridge, giving great versatility of use.
TEMPLES: model – “sail” – takes its name from the shape that resembles a rudder tiller. 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. (XVII sec.).
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
in metal, forged with a specific three-dimensional mold and inserted by hand in the temple