Eyewear

Masahiro Maruyama: Broken Series

It is difficult to mend a piece of broken glass. But it is more difficult to break a piece of glass the exact same way.  The Masahiro Maruyama: Broken Series may look like an ordinary pair of glasses from far, but if you take a closer look, the glasses are not symmetrical – yet every…

Masunaga 1905

Manufacturing frames for more than a century. Inspired by the frame “Masunaga Optical”, presented to the Emperor of Japan in 1933. Old concept with a modern essence? Classic.

Masahiro Maruyama

Most faces are not symmetrical, should glasses be? Masahiro Maruyama took a different approach of eyewear: hand drawn lines, “cutting” part of the frame. Imperfection can be beautiful. Crafted in Japan.

Frost

German Good Design Award Winner. Held in place by mechanical tension of metal with a screw-less patent hinge. A simple individual statement with complex manufacturing precision. Made in Germany.

Ken Okuyama EYES

Mr Ken Okuyama, a famous industrial designer who designed the world top car brands, Ferrari and Maserati, devoted the design of eyewear for two years. He created the Enzo Ferrari, Maserati Quattroporte, Ferrari 612 Scaglietti, Ferrari California and many other vehicles still on the road, and participated in the developments of the new generation Porsche….

Face Fonts

Broken frames? Deliberately designed by the Japanese to show more texture to the eyewear. Surprisingly comfortable too!

Markus T

MARKUS T – behind this name lies the designer, Markus Temming. He has been designing exclusive eyewear using intelligent technical constructions since 1999. All eyewear by MARKUS T are designed without screws: because screws are maintenance-intensive. Following the age-old tradition of German engineering, a pair of glasses by MARKUS T is a quality product did…

Gold & Wood

Before Gold & Wood products become Eyepieces, they are the noble materials in their raw form: The Gold, The Wood and The Buffalo horn. Only by the patient hand craftsmanship in the Gold & Wood.