A partir del 1er de Enero de 2023, los anteojos Micromega originales ya no estarán disponibles en México. Para garantizar la originalidad del Made in Italy y la calidad del producto, Micromega Italia tuvo que interrumpir la colaboración con México.
Pedimos disculpas a los amables clientes que hasta ahora apreciaron la ligereza y la comodidad de nuestras monturas, y quedamos a su disposición para cualquier pedida.
Eyewear hand crafted and custom made only in Venice, Italy
Glasses born and created only once: here are our most extravagant frames.
When glasses become a jewel. We use gold wire to assemble the entire frame.
For Eyewear Lovers
Micromega began its activity in September 2000 with the first international patent, filed by the founder and creator, Roberto Carlon.
Growing up primarily as an optician in his father’s historic shop, Roberto decides to give light to his personal idea of eyewear, moving away from the world of traditional glasses. The project stems from the research to create a product that is first of all essential, light and resistant, and above all the result of craftsmanship.
Small asymmetries between the two lenses increase the value of these works, which are completely done by hand.
We take care of every particular visual need, building a custom frame.
The frame is assembled from scratch considering the requirements related to the prescription. From high myopia to high astigmatism or hyperopia: being able to customize any part and size of the frame during assembly, we reduce the thickness of the lenses to a minimum, giving priority to the weight and comfort of the wearer.
Made with care and the result of our four pillars: craftsmanship, design, lightness and resistance.
We thank various international and national magazines such as The New York Times, Vogue UK and Corriere Della Sera for their enthusiasm in describing our Venetian artisan reality.
We are also pleased to have tailored our glasses for Hollywood stars like Emma Thompson, international singers like Elton John, archistars like Norman Foster, and journalists like Concita De Gregorio.