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LINDBERG: the art of materials

The patented LINDBERG technical innovations have revolutionised modern eyewear. LINDBERG has removed anything non-essential to their eyewear making their frames incredibly strong and flexible, yet light and comfortable for the consumer. Along with carefully engineered and crafted details, their eyewear presents a high standard of industrial design.

The art of materials

Turning the world of eyewear upside down, LINDBERG’s designs feature responsibly sourced materials selected for timeless elegance, exceptional strength, and distinctive visual impact. One of these exclusive materials includes titanium, which is one of the most ingenious natural elements that possesses unique properties. The metal is ultra-lightweight, durable, and extremely flexible. These qualities make it possible to adjust the LINDBERG frame to fit perfectly. Titanium is one of the most ingenious natural elements, which possesses unique properties. Titanium is ultra-lightweight, flexible, durable, hypoallergenic, and non-corrosive. See the story of titanium in LINDBERG's glasses here.

LINDBERG’s frame is a statement about aesthetics, technical innovation, and impeccable craftsmanship, where the iconic titanium hinge designs are made with no screws, rivets, or welded parts.

About LINDBERG

The award-winning LINDBERG is a Danish eyewear manufacturer that has designed handcrafted glasses since 1969. The company is steeped in the Danish design tradition of discreet, classic elegance and carefully considered simplicity, designing glasses like no others. LINDBERG does not mass-produce their designs, instead they create customised design of each frame to the customer’s particular preferences. All their glasses are hand-finished and individually numbered, combining unique materials, patented production technologies, and the best of individual craftsmanship.

  • 1986

    Founded

  • 200+

    Headcount

  • 127,000+

    Social media communication

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