Started in 1972, the Italian Glas Italia company has been the leader in the production of crystal glass furniture and home accessories. With the experience gained in the field of the art of glassmaking, the brand relies on the latest technologies to sublimate the creative flair of talented designers, producing original and elegant designs.
Crystal thus becomes the undisputed protagonist of the environment, captures the light and refracts it in reflections, transparencies, plays of volumes and coloured shadows with a surprising and refined effect. From the kaleidoscopic Spectrum by Piero Lissoni to the Simoon collection, in the unmistakable Patricia Urquiola style, up to Oltralpe by Inga Sempé, the latest collection from Glas Italia is a triumph of light and colour to be discovered.
Oltralpe is a a multifunctional storage unit designed by Inga Sempé in a special fully mirrored glass, both inside and out. The distorted reflections of the doors give it an undefined and fluid appearance: a remarkable optical effect, enhanced by the curved silhouette of the cabinet. Its elegance and especially the uniqueness of its design made it win the seventh edition of the Archiproducts Design Award 2022, in the Furniture category.
Minimal and sophisticated, the Spectrum low table designed by Piero Lissoni follows the parallelepiped shape of the case. The lateral slabs create indeed an inner space, whilst the bottom is mirrored. The top in clear or coloured glass, can be placed freely. The walls can be made of different materials: in printed glass with different patterns or fabric, in clear or coloured glass. The overall effect is kaleidoscopic and striking.
Patricia Urquiola confirms the uniqueness of her designs with the Simoon collection, including high and low tables, console tables and a writing desk available in the beautiful shades of light blue, dark topaz and amethyst.
Plays of volumes and transparencies for the Donald collection of high and low tables, designed by Philippe Stark. Coloured blocks of different sizes, the low tables alternatively and interestingly serve as display containers.
In 1974 Nanda Vigo designed Andromeda, a collection of mirrors playing with full and empty spaces created by the alternation of transparencies and mirrored tops. Today the collection has been proposed again in different shapes and sizes; mirrors can be freely oriented and they are available in neutral shades or in the original amber crystal.
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