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The right way to BE UNIQUE

Blauw Didden


We want to surprise people, for us architecture is not something static or historical. We don’t want to look back, but rather fantasize about the future.

Nathalie De Vries (studio MVRDV)


Nathalie De Vries

Nathalie De Vries

The color comes from the Didden Village building extension project, carried out in 2006 in Rotterdam by the Dutch studio MVRDV, which uses the color blue in a symbolic, experimental and provocative way.


Colore Lenti

Lens Color

Seleziona il colore delle lenti.

Select the desired color.

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Seleziona la montatura desiderata.

Select the desired frame.

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The color chosen comes from the two main colors that characterize the Dutch building: the cold blue of the external walls, combined with the warm red, provided in the interior of the house.



Suitable for people who love color and have a strong personality. Following the main characteristic of the Dutch studio, this color was conceived for those who have the ability and the desire to renew themselves and who prefer not to look back, but rather fantasize about the future to trace a new path and create a new way of being the protagonist.


BIOACETATE: the acetate slabs are made by Mazzucchelli laboratories, exclusively for
Good’s, following the creative project for both the colors and the shape of the slabs. The double color is obtained by means of a 2-layer extruded cellulose bioacetate M49, with an 80/10 front, made up of a 10/10 matt blue top and a 70/10 transparent red base. The bio-acetate sheet is 100% recyclable and biodegradable, it does not cause contact allergies and its natural origin is
also revealed to the touch with a pleasant “warm and silky effect”.

Front: the slab has opaque blue towards the outside and transparent red towards the inside.
The transparent color inside makes the frame brighter and the double color is enhanced thanks
to the appropriately made milling.

TEMPLES: The front part is in metal while the back in acetate with the reproduction of the perforated “o”, taken from Good’s logo, in the terminal part. Thanks to a slot in the acetate and a screw it is possible to adjust the length of the temples.

SOUL: the decoration of the soul reproduces architectural elements in scale taken from the fluted pilasters of the church of the Charterhouse of San Martino in Naples. (17th century).

HINGE: The new exclusive hinge created by Good’s, inspired by the UPN metal beam used in architecture, completely crosses the acetate nose, becoming a decorative frieze on the front, and is anchored with two side screws that allow greater stability and ease of replacement.


  • 100% handmade in Italy
  • Mazzucchelli M49 bio-acetate, polished by hand
  • Details are all milled and manufactured by hand, through 60 processing steps
  • Nosepad pronounced for a better fit
  • Metal front rivet, silver 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