Monday, May 11, 2009

cassius eyewear appreciates architects

Corbu Rouge Frame $160

As an architect I am always excited when designers show an appreciation for architecture. I just discovered a new line of sunglasses by New Zealand brand Cassius Eyewear and each design is named after an architect! I love that he mixes commonly recognized architects like Corbu, Gehry, and Neimeyer with less mainstream wonders like Pawson and Polshek. Check out the entire line at Moxsie here.

Jason Ng started Cassius in 2008 with simplicity and a reference to the '60s and '70s in mind. Each piece is handcrafted and only 300 of each style are produced.

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