STRUKTUR eyewear is a French eyewear brand, based in Normandy.
Known for our colourful and geometrical frames, we use acetate, metal and titanium as materials to create spectacles. We offer singular designs for a distinctive style. Our mission is to make sure that everyone finds glasses that look like them. STRUKTUR supports French manufacturing, an important choice for our brand. Our frames are handmade in our Normandy factory. Our brand is a beautiful mix between comfort, aestheticism and originality. To think STRUKTUR is daring to be different!
The company is managed by Thierry Bonhomme, the designer and Jean-François Lufeaux. After acquiring an eyewear manufactory in 2014, the two entrepreneurs set themselves a new challenge by acquiring STRUKTUR eyewear in 2018. A brand that owes its emerging success to its frames with a unique style and its dynamic and exclusive colors.
Models through which STRUKTUR wants to give everyone their own way of seeing life.
The manufacturing of spectacles requires a lot of time and passion. A real manual work is thus implemented by our team of workers. 80 stages are carried out by men and women rich in a great know-how. The fruit of an eyewear tradition handed down for over 50 years.
MATERIALS OF QUALITY
STRUKTUR glasses are made from cellulose acetate. This is a hypoallergenic material, made from wood cellulose or cotton, which is full of undeniable qualities. STRUKTUR produces its own exclusive colours. Each model is available in 6 colours. The brand is a partner of the two best Italian manufacturers La-Es and Mazzucchelli.
STRUKTUR wants to support the national economy and its know-how by manufacturing in France. This is not a trend but a production choice. It even became a citizen commitment.
STRUKTUR eyewear is aware of the environmental impact. We are working more and more on an ecologically responsible production. Acetate waste is reused to produce key rings and for cushioning our shipments. Our cardboard boxes are reusable. Our cases are covered with linen. Our pouches and cloths are made of recycled microfibre.