Posts Tagged: Glass

Neverending Glory Small by Lasvit

One of Lasvit’s bestsellers the ‘Neverending Glory’ is now available in a charming smaller option… The designers Jan Plecháč and Henry Wielgus sketched the shape of these chandeliers by rotating the silhouette of beautiful theatres around the world on their own axis. “The idea of Neverending Glory collection came to us when we realized how… Read More >

12 July 2018

Materials: A Clear View Of Glass

Whilst it’s difficult to accurately date the moment of creation of glass, like last months material of focus ceramic, the substance that we look through, onto and swipe on a daily basis is a truly ancient human invention. The 2 are closely related, sharing very similar constituent parts and production methods, as well as exuding… Read More >

8 May 2018

How is glass being used as an interiors feature?

This month Design Insider has had a material focus on Glass. You may have already read about Jordan Söderberg Mills and his use of glass in art and the stunning Monster cabaret, a show which features beasts and fantastical creatures, all made from glass! Now we speak to PENSON, GX Glass, Neil Tomlinson Architects and Future Glass to learn how glass can be an interiors feature.  PENSON:  At… Read More >

27 April 2018

MONSTER CABARET ARRIVES IN MILAN!

As we spend this month focusing on glass and Milan it is a pleasure to announce that Monster Cabaret, accompanied by a burlesque show, has arrived in Milan courtesy of lighting and experience designers Lasvit. Teatro Gerolamo, April 17 – 22  Come closer and hear a story you have never heard before. We are going to… Read More >

18 April 2018

In Conversation with…Jordan Söderberg Mills

With Glass the material of focus for this month I took the opportunity to have a chat with Jordan Söderberg Mills, an interdisciplinary artist working in installation, sculpture, design objects and an all round glass aficionado. His work is beguiling, at once visually arresting and yet sits on the very edge of our visual perception;… Read More >

10 April 2018