LAYER x Kite to Launch a Modular 3D-printed Eyewear Collection

A-Z eyewear will be introducing something a little different at London Design Festival this year.

Working together with Benjamin Hubert of experience design agency LAYER, A-Z has announced that they will be launching a modular 3D-printed eyewear collection for London-based eyewear brand KITE.

Credit: KITE eyewear

KITE is an independent British brand that has been reimagining the world of eyewear as you know it. Working together with LAYER, the eyewear brand has come up with a collection that comprises a 3D printed frame which is manufactured to the specific measurements of the customer’s head and face to create a bespoke, perfectly-fitted pair of frames. The eyewear can be further customised through a choice of four different temple styles, three different colours, and finishes.

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The A-Z collection will launch in September 2018 at design junction as part of London Design Festival 2018. More information to follow.

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