[caption id="attachment_1941" align="aligncenter" width="479"] Designer Kay Bojesen and his iconic teak and limba monkey, 1951[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1942" align="aligncenter" width="622"] Designer Arne Jacobsen in his Egg Chair, 1958[/caption] In the tradition of classic Scandinavian design,  simplicity and functionality of form are characteristic of all  LINDBERG eyewear.  The company's global success in the manufacturing of a product of exceptional quality has been honored by the granting of an exclusive Royal Warrant of Appointment to the Royal Danish Court. This is in addition to the 64 prestigious design awards it has earned. Far more than any other manufacturer of eyewear. A collaboration between optician Poul-Jorn Lindberg and architect Hans Dissing  resulted in the design of the original rimless AIR Titanium concept in 1983.  The minimal and light weight design featured patented hinges without screws.  Subsequent designs have evolved from the coiled titanium wire versions into ones incorporating extremely thin laser cut titanium plate.  By introducing models  incorporation  precious metals, acetates, and horn, styles have remained contemporary and consistently elegant. [caption id="attachment_1946" align="aligncenter" width="412"] Poul-Jorn Lindberg photographed by Martin Dam Kristensen[/caption] Well fitting, good looking, flexible and versatile, the brand offers a phenomenal variety of styles available in great variation  with the potential for further customization.  No other line offers more to the end wearer, and no other line offers opticians the same degree of support in  providing a consistent level of craftsmanship in dispensing the product.  LINDBERG supports opticians in the  proper execution of skilfully mounting lenses by providing us with unique tools, patterns and machinery designed specifically for the assembly of its frames. We are further privileged to receive extensive training for assembly and presentation of the frames, often first hand, as was the case recently here in Toronto. [caption id="attachment_1940" align="aligncenter" width="622"] Peter Warrer, Henrik Lindberg and Josh Josephson at our flagship location[/caption] Josephson staff  were introduced to Henrik Lindberg, who, in 1984, became the first employ of Lindberg Optic Design. A trained architect, Henrick was initially approached by his father Poul-Jorn to solve a manufacturing problem.  He respects the company's  philosophy of never making compromises while advancing it forward with innovations. That being said, Peter Warrer, LINDBERG's Director of Sales and Marketing, informs us that the AIR Titanium Rim models- first released in 1993- have shown the greatest  growth in sales recently.  Two decades on, this remarkably minimal concept is once again leading the trend towards refined simplicity in eyewear. We welcome you to visit all of our Josephson locations to view our extensive stock of LINDBERG products and to learn more about their potential for customization.       in the support of