Reduced To The Minimum – Götti Switzerland

Götti LTE frame on female model

The new LITE temple from Götti Switzerland opens up new perspectives. Even thinner, even lighter, and a clear enrichment. True to the motto: less is more!

Filigree is what fascinates. Thanks to the fine stainless steel temples, the look is even cleaner. A touch of nothing – both in aesthetics and in lightness. But reduction to the minimum does not mean compromise. The high-quality stainless steel makes for a lightweight with plenty of stability. This fine mechanical innovation is an additional option to the many already existing possibilities of the collection and thanks to the simple modular system all parts of the glasses can be combined with each other. This offers room for a lot of individuality.

Shape, color, and volume define the style. With a color palette of fifteen shades and the metal parts in black, silver, and gold, no wishes are left unfulfilled. From elegant and unobtrusive to colorful and extravagant. The most different styles in only one collection. Producing fine eyewear from A-Z in its own manufactory in Switzerland. It is the perfect playground to work creatively and realize the impossible. An eye-catcher with aesthetic subtlety and the highest quality standards. Less is lite!

Gotti LITE temple

About Götti Switzerland

Since its founding in 1998, the focus of Götti Switzerland has been on innovation, quality, and sustainability. Frame styles created with that in mind are designed under the leadership of Sven Götti in Switzerland. An unmistakable minimalist and harmonious design language is the distinguishing common thread throughout the collection. It is an unequivocal expression of stylistic confidence, quality, and Swissness.

From initial hand-drawn sketches and design ideas to marketing, production, and worldwide distribution, most work steps take place at the Wädenswil headquarters. Solely acetate and titanium glasses are produced in collaboration with specialized manufacturers in Germany, Austria, and Japan.

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