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  • France
  • 2018

Hakino by Patrick Jouin iD

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Capsule Collection

The designer Patrick Jouin reproduced Hakino’s fundamental codes, the association of wood and acetate, to design 6 new frames (4 optical and 2 sunglasses), and to challenge the Nantes-based eyewear manufacturer, in order to push the limits of production. The starting point of the reflection is technology. The designer vision deals with technical innovation, with Hakino’s know-how, which has developed a plywood, a laminated bentwood which is very interesting to machine. These layers, a stratification of the material, naturally create a drawing. An external facade with sweeping lines, fine features, and a sleek design, contrasts with the interior, intimate, and well-rounded comfort, designed like a pebble. A great attention is given to these contact areas between the body and the wood, this organic material so comfortable to wear. The manual finishing strengthens this aestheticism.

The optical frames:
The optical frames are the reflection of a surprising combination of materials. The use of the laminated bentwood of the same species lets guess that the optical frames are in solid wood (roasted acacia, amaranth, bubinga). Secondly, we discover their lightness, and the natural drawing of the different layers of wood.

The sunglasses frames:
The sunglasses frames are fashion accessories with a distinctive design. The associative work between two wood species (walnut and roasted acacia) allows here the machining of the first one to make the second one appear as concealed inside. A real ornamental work then reveals itself, the woods shading off into each other allow a smooth junction with the acetate.

The Nantes-based eyewear manufacturer Hakino unveiled their very first capsule collection, a carte blanche for the designer Patrick Jouin in 2018.

Credits

Materials:
Wooden facades (roasted acacia, amaranth, bubinga, walnut)
Acetate temples

Manufacturer: Hakino

Patrick Jouin iD's Team: Andy Migevant

Photos © Thomas Duval