Woo Class

Woo Class

In 2004, the first pair of Woo Class glasses were made. From then onwards, Lisa Gabellini’s atelier has created frames that perfectly combine stile and comfort while considering the wellbeing of the wearer. Made with at least 11 layers of natural wood, the glasses are light, flexible and durable. The manufacturing process includes meticulously forming the nose bridge by using a traditional steam method, before being followed by more than 83 steps to finish the production process. Both the regular and bespoke lines in the collection are by designer Jochen Andreas Zeh, a master of extracting the full potential of such a rich material like wood.

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Woo Class. Monday, Wednesday to Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm
Via dell'Orto, 23r, Firenze, FI, Italia - +39 340 4090907 - +39 348 9763476 - http://www.wooclass.com

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