They wanted me to become a jurist, but I started with crib art to get to architecture.
I created open spaces, enclosed in dizzying staircases and arches climbing towards the sky. Architecture is lightness and experimentation. To create, we must go beyond simple knowledge.
F. Sanfelice 1675-1748
Anima San Gregorio Armeno
The decoration of this core is inspired by the gibbs surrounds of San Gregorio Armeno church in Naples (XVI century).
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SANFELICE C1 Black/Crystal
SANFELICE C2 Burgundi/Crystal red
SANFELICE C3 Crystal green/Crystal blue
SANFELICE C4 Havana tobacco
SANFELICE C5 Indigo blue
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SANFELICE C6 Crystal honey
Inspired to architect Ferdinando Sanfelice (1675 – 1748), maybe the most brilliant and creative architect of the Neapolitan baroque, this model is certainly the most original and fanciful of the collection. We can feel the innovative spirit of the architect in the daring lines and shapes combined in these glasses.
The Sanfelice model is designed for artists, bold and slightly extravagant. Dedicated to those who dare to express their own ideas without fearing others’ opinion. Somewhat intellectual, somewhat artist, it is for those who take life with humor.
FRONT FRAME: the two oval lenses are connected by a perfectly horizontal bridge, under which straight slanting lines and winding bends interact.
TEMPLES: model “sail”, reproducing the drawbar. The earpiece temple tip is pierced with an “o” of the Good’s brand.
ANIMA (core): visible from outside, silver or gold color, it is decorated with the reproduction of the Gibbs surround of San Gregorio Armeno church of 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