FIAM Italia

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FIAM Italia

Hailing from the Marche region of Italy, Fiam is a producer of furniture and accessories in curved glass and was founded in 1973 in Tavullia, in the province of Ancona, by entrepreneur, designer and inventor Vittorio Livi. It was Livi to whom we owe the patent for bending glass, which enabled the creation of incredible pieces like the iconic Ghost chair designed by Cini Boeri (1987). The Ragno dining table, made from a single piece of glass, dates back to 1984.

Over time, Fiam intensified its collaboration with international designers like Daniel Libeskind, Philippe Starck and Marcel Wanders. In 2021, Daniele Livi, Vittorio’s son and CEO of the company launched the new Mood line, offering entire spaces in which glass is a predominant material. The pieces in the collection include large mirrors, such as Mirage, designed by Daniel Libeskind, Caadre by Philippe Starck, and Pop by Marcel Wanders.

The culture of glass in the world since 1973

In 1992, Vittorio Livi purchased Villa Miralfiore, a historic building in Pesaro that after being renovated now houses a museum for artistic works in glass that have been produced by the company in collaboration with artists including Arnaldo Pomodoro, Danny Lane and Bruno Munari. Many sculptures in the museum, including the table lamp I Camini delle fate, were created by Vittorio Livi to mark the company’s 30th anniversary.

Some of Fiam’s most important pieces are also on display as part of the permanent collection at the Triennale Museum of Design in Milan.

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