Glass is the material that most responds to the current trend of interior design, it is certainly present in your homes, from crockery to lighting, but we do not forget its uses even in furniture.
The combination of designer and glass has created objects with captivating and certainly unforgettable shapes.
Here are some examples:
Chaise-longue Glas Italia I-Beam - Designer: Jean-Marie Massaud
Chaise longue made by gluing together three sheets of smoked glass, in such a way as to take on the appearance of a beam. The seat-top and the base are in 12 mm tempered glass, while the vertical support is in laminated glass. The chaise longue has a curved glass seat, supported by a shaped vertical element. Although the junction of the crystals is very small and linear, the use of high strength structural bonds allows these elements to be used as seats.
Consolle Glas Italia XX - Designer: Johanna Grawunder
Console made of transparent crystal pink and orange. The base, composed of two X tempered and stratified 8 + 8 mm glass, with special chamfering and gluing, is embellished with polished chromed metal elements. The top, in 8 + 8 mm laminated glass, rests on the base.
Mirror Glas Italia Leon Battista - Designer: Laudani&Romanelli
Perspective-shaped prospect-shaped mirror, available in three different sizes. The convergent frame is in mirror and has all sides with different widths and inclinations, thus obtaining uneven and unexpected reflections. All mirrors can be hung in any direction.
Table Glas Italia Post modern - Designer: Piero Lissoni
Series of high and low tables of square, rectangular and round shape. The top is available in transparent glass, transparent extralight, etched extralight, glossy lacquered or matt lacquered. The legs are in turned and shaped borosilicate crystal.