Inspiration

Glass and transparency

Spring is well and truly on its way, let’s let it into our homes! How can we do this? With glass and transparency.

Transparent materials are known for their ability to let light through and this is essential to feel good in our homes. Transparency also means control of space and lightness: in short, it is the best ally in our decorations for small and large spaces.

Whether it’s thetimeless glass tabletop, majestic transparent lighting, glass vases and sculptures, or industrial-style skylights, transparency gives a sensation of discreet volume that discreetly dresses up and ingeniously reveals our secrets.

Design lovers, the time for subtlety has come!

Jeux graphiques et transparence

1 – Table lamp “Taccia” Flos in metal and plastic, Achille & Pier Giacomo CASTIGLIONI – 1960 | 2Large suspension “Saturnus” Raak in glass and chromed metal – 1960 | 3Coffee table “Alanda” B&B Italia, Paolo PIVA – 1980 | 4 – Pair of armchairs “Diamond” Knoll, Harry BERTOIA – 1980

1 – Glass and brass coffee table – 1970 | 2 – Glass lamp “Nuphar”, Toni ZUCCHERI – 1960 | 3 – Glass chessboard lamp, Ivan JAKES – 1970 | 4 – Pair of armchairs “Jetson Swivel”, Bruno MATHSSON – 1960s

1 – “Gigant” sideboard in teak by Nils Jonsson for Troeds Bjärnum – 1960 | 2 – “Globe” hanging lamp of 43cm, Peill and Putzler edition – 1970s | 3 – Pair of “Balloon” armchairs in leather and metal, Hans OLSEN – 1950 | 4 – Herman Miller coffee table in glass, Isamu NOGUCHI – 1980

Transparence Verre bulles_ GAUCHE

1 – “DSX” chair in parchment colour, Charles and Ray EAMES – 1950s | 2 – Vintage suspension lamp in glass and metal – 1970 | 3 – Swan armchair in cognac leather and aluminium, Arne JACOBSEN – 1960 | 4 – Set of two WMF vases in glass, Wihelm WAGENFELD – 1960