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A study of colour by TREE SPECTACLES

With the approach of Silmo, Tree Spectacles announces the Coloristic Collection, a major new launch for the Italian eyewear company comprising 24 ophthalmic models in acetate and bio acetate. Based on a study of colour and colour combinations rooted in the theory of colour, the models in the line are the result of detailed research into how colours can be combined, balanced and manipulated to convey unique sensations, moods, and special effects.

Considering not only the choice of the colours – each colour evokes different feelings and associations -, but also the harmony of colours, in combinations which are complementary, analogous or monochromatic creating many effects, a special dynamic contrast or a light and harmonious balance is achieved in every unique design says the company.

“By studying colours and how they combine, we have been able to develop this new Coloristic collection with a completely engaging energy and freshness….we have combined multiple acetate colours with elegant contrasting effects and beautiful harmonies. This is really a new innovation-led departure for Tree Spectacles, and yet it is a concept that is deeply connected to our minimalist and modern aesthetic….” Says Marco Barp, Co-Founder, Tree Spectacles.

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Barp says that by taking a special approach in the analysis of the colour combinations – sometimes two colours together, sometimes three, the nuances chosen and then refined not only capture the essence of current trends in other disciplines, they also represent an authentic visual communication of the Tree Spectacles identity.

“This chromatic approach therefore becomes an eloquent tool for spreading our company’s vision expressed through innovative eyewear created through excellent workmanship and skill,” he says. “Through the synergy of minimalism and modern design, the study of colour emerges as the unifying element that gives coherence and vitality to the collection itself.”


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