Modern, crystal glass furniture and accessories from a century-old family factory.
Through the years Glas Italia has followed an unswerving evolutionary process through accurate planning and focused development of its collection.
Refined and original, Glas Italia’s collections showcase the brand’s intrinsic formal and contemporary qualities that speak to a high-end, design oriented public as well as architectural and design professionals.
Research and design of the crystal glass material employ the most highly advanced technology, enabling to win the new challenges by means of increasingly complex manufacturing processes, and the collaboration with prestigious international designers who see their creative ideas and inspiration become real.
Now in the Showroom:
Fountain by Tokujin Yoshioka
The Fountain tables are made entirely from poured Murano glass. The bases are hand shaped and chiseled using highly developed techniques. The top is then poured and inserted into the base for a custom fit. The finished product gives the effect of flowing fresh water.
Angelo e Angela by Antonio Citterio
A series of vases composed of a parallelepiped shaped case, realized in smoked glass, glued 45°, and an organic shaped ceramic sculpture, supported and contained in its inside. The ceramic element, available in the finishes opaque white or platinum lacquered, is hollow and can contain water.
Shimmer Collection by Patricia Urquiola
This collection of high tables, low tables, and consoles in laminated and glued glass, are characterized by a special iridescent multi-chromatic finish. The reflected light creates a magical and ethereal effect. Available in acid-etched or transparent glass. The high tables bases can be dismantled and are fixed to the top by means of metal plates, concealed by a circular decorated covering.
The Glas Italia collection includes models designed, amongst others, by: Piero Lissoni (art director since 2004), Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Michele De Lucchi, Naoto Fukasawa, Ron Gilad, Nendo, Johanna Grawunder, Shiro Kuramata, Tokujin Yoshioka, Jean-Marie Massaud, Alessandro Mendini, Jasper Morrison, Patrick Norguet, Claudio Silvestrin, Ettore Sottsass, Philippe Starck, Patricia Urquiola, Nanda Vigo.