The Madness of Art Glass

The Madness of Art Glass

Transparency was the star of the show this autumn at the Maison&Objet exhibition! Coffee tables, vases, lighting: the art glass enchanted us, whether sculptural or colourful. We loved it handblown, piled up or superimposed in combinations of bright colours and light that make us feel good. The shapes are softened, as if polished to better envelope our spirit. A theme of comfort that develops around the art of entertaining. A beautiful table with exquisite glasses, perhaps in crystal, perhaps not, with original lines and a heavy base, is more stunning than ever. Displaying one’s collections is a way of showing one’s tastes for the savoir-faire of artisans and the amazing historic companies which are part of the French heritage of crystal glass-making. Baccarat, Saint-Louis, Lalique and Daum: their creations, inexhaustible sources of inspiration, are more highly sought-after than ever. Even the biggest European producers are getting in on the act! Tom Dixon, with his organic handblown pieces caused a sensation, not to mention the Milanese studio Böjte-Bottari and its protective vases. We still remember the home of Cristina Celestino with its lovely carafes beautifully crammed into a vintage industrial display case. Smoked glass was not her thing, but you can expect to see this feature of the seventies taking possession of our mirrors, tables and lighting in the coming months. As you can see, art glass is up for anything. Time for you to get some too.

Salle à manger Arezzo Roberto Baciocchi
Salle à manger Arezzo Roberto Baciocchi
Salon Canapé Ghost Paola Navone Flacons Verres Coloré Bouquet Fleurs Appartement Paris Marie Gas
The Madness of Art Glass
Bibelot Vase en verre coloré Appartement Victor Cadene Décorateur Lyon
Lustre Verre Coloré Vintage Hall entrée Coworking Paris The Bureau
Cadre et vases Salon Appartement Victor Cadene Décorateur Lyon
Verres Accumulation Vintage Potafiori Boutique Fleurs Restaurant Milan
Lustre verre couleur Villa Tasca Palerme

We loved it handblown, piled up or superimposed in combinations of bright colours and light that make us feel good.

Salon Verre coloré The Visit Studiopepe Arianna Lelli Mami et Chiara Di Pinto
Collection Verres Colorés Cristina Celestino Exposés Déco Appartement Cristina Celestino Milan
Cristina Celestino Laguna Glasses Sur demande
Set of glasses and pitcher; borosilicate glass blown with the 'lume' technique, colored liquids
Glasses hight 12 cm, diameter 7,5 cm | pitcher hight 25 cm.
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The Madness of Art Glass
The Madness of Art Glass
Salon Souvenir Vase Bojte Bottari Appartement Milan
PaolaC. Riflessi Vase 330,00€

Riflessi Vase, design by Bötje-Bottari. Sell at PaolaC.

  • Dimensions: from H 27 cm to H 37 cm. 
  • Material : glass
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Dame Jeanne Verre Eva Garcia Barcelone
Maisons du Monde Dame Jeanne 66,00€

Dame Jeanne garden vase, in smoked blue glass. Height: 56cm. Weight: 6,28 Kg.

It’s voluptous curves and intense turquoise blue glass will bring a touch of colour and bohemian spirit to your garden.

Price: 66 €. For sale at Maisons du Monde.

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