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Transparencies and reflections: enhance your living room with glass

Contemporary spaces are enhanced by the fragile and sculptural beauty of glass, and the living room becomes a place to look through the delicate, transparent or coloured surfaces of a material that is as ancient as it is versatile. A selection of sophisticated furniture, lighting and decorative elements that represent age-old manufacturing techniques and enhance them with an unexpected design.

An evocative name, a subtle design, a refined yet striking effect: Haiku by Baxter is a collection of lamps with a lampshade in steel gray tempered blown glass decorated with contrasting shades. A statuesque and monolithic presence that celebrates the art of glassmaking.

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The fascinating Macramè collection of coffee tables by Fiam represents the ductility of the glass material. Available in a variety of sizes and finishes, the series is in fact characterised by the decorative contrast between a very light top and the hand-interwoven spun glass base.

Sparkling and precious, the Eye of Tiger mirror by Reflections Copenhagen will multiply light and make the living room brighter. Handmade, it features a composition of glass fragments with a highly decorative effect.

Eye of Tiger
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Aurora Ring
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Enchanting and striking without being excessive, Lee Broom's Aurora Ring circular chandelier has a chrome-plated steel support structure adorned with blown glass tubular elements. The rings can be installed individually or linked together to create a customised ceiling lamp.

Perfect for decorating the reading corner, the coffee table next to the sofa or the occasional room used as a relaxing meditative space, the Memphis candleholder by Reflections Copenhagen is a seductive miniature sculpture.

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Consisting of two overlapping shelves, the Quiller console table by Tonelli displays the light solidity of extra-clear glass. For a decidedly modern effect, it can be accessorized with a contrasting solid wood tray in canaletto walnut or matt white finish.

Time becomes even more precious when measured with the Clessidra by Venini. Designed in 1957, it is made with the complex crafting technique of incalmo, which consists of joining two blown shapes along their circumference in order to obtain one object with two different colors.

Clessidra 420.06
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