I started to paint for pleasure with my father, but it is in architecture that I applied his most valid teaching: opposing ideal landscapes to real views, because reality is always seen through the filter of the anima.
L. Vanvitelli 1700-1773
ARCHITECT AND PAINTER
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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VANVITELLI C1 Black Lace
VANVITELLI C2 Yellow Turtle
VANVITELLI C3 Blue navy/Crystal blue
VANVITELLI C4 Crystal Grey
VANVITELLI C5 Crystal Champagne
VANVITELLI C6 Black Turtle
Inspired by architect Luigi Vanvitelli (1700 ‐ 1773), this model shares his same eclecticism and versatility. The
round frame can be placed between vintage reminiscence, inherited from the Sixties and the Seventies, and the contemporary taste of those particularly sensitive to trends.
The Vanvitelli model, characterized by round and wide lenses, is unisex. It is addressed to a non-conventional
intellectual, a thinker attentive to the past, with a vision open on the future.
FRONT FRAME: the frame, lightweight yet resistant, round shaped, features intentionally raw-cut
contours, conferring the distinctive look of design.
TEMPLES: thanks to the precision of the Italian craftsmanship expertise, this model – “oar” – is
connected to the front frame by the insert in the acetate, conveniently milled with the Good’s brand in metal. 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