ØRGREEN TITANIUM // MODERN FUNCTIONALITY
Continuing to draw inspiration from modernist architecture, Ørgreen launches seven new titanium frames, for both women and men. The new styles are designed in a true contemporary fashion and once again, are cementing Ørgreen’s established know-how in working with Japanese Titanium.
ØRGEEN STANDS FOR INNOVATION
As a consecrated innovator when it comes to design and functionality, Ørgreen employs several of its self-developed techniques in the newly released styles. While Cambron and
Klein come with a flattened edge, giving the frames a sleek and minimalist aspect, Dessau and Louisiana employ a rounded edge, a feature previously attributed to Acetate frames. And last but equally noticeable, three of the frames include a remarkable design element, having soldered temples as both a purposeful and aesthetic component.
Notorious for its one of a kind manner of developing and combining colors, Ørgreen is now proposing two different palettes: one that stays close to classic matte tones as seen
on Dessau frame, and a two-toned, striking and daring story. Using contrasts of mat grey and neon green as with Cambron style, Ørgreen confers to the otherwise classic designs, a modern and contemporary touch.
Named after either modernist landmarks, the city that spawned the Bauhaus current, or prominent modernist architects, the seven additions to the Titanium collection exude the
simplicity, elegance and functionality of Scandinavian design, combined with compelling Japanese manufacturing.