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Schwarz Blitz


The museum describes and integrates, for the first time in post-war Germany, the history of the country’s Jews, the repercussions of the Holocaust and the sense of spiritual disorientation associated with all of this. And it is also simply a museum, with the documentation displayed on the walls.

Daniel Libeskind


Daniel Libeskind

Daniel Libeskind

The color is inspired by the dark zinc plates that cover the facade of the Berlin Jüdisches Museum, a Jewish museum in Berlin, built in 2001 by Polish architect Daniel Libeskind.


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Inspired by the Berlin Jüdisches Museum, the colors that make up the “SCHWARZ BLITZ” color come from the dark zinc plates that cover the museum’s facade.


SCHWARZ BLITZ color is aimed at people who, while relying on the tranquility of black glasses, can be attracted by the timid and reassuring novelty of the gray tone which, while not detaching itself too much from the main color, with its transparency gives brightness to the eyewear and a touch of whispered originality.


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 black top and a 70/10 transparent gray 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 black towards the outside and transparent gray 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.

Anima (Core): 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 core, made with a special three-dimensional mold based on an exclusive Good’s design