The Daily New: Ghost Chair by Cini Boeri and Tomu Katayanagi

On every day that doesn’t start with “S”, we feature an extraordinarily fabulous item which is either brand new to the website or is a Moss “classic” item we think you might like to be reminded of. This is today’s.

Ghost Chair by Cini Poeri and Tomu Katayanagi

Cini Boeri
Tomu Katayanagi

design year:

Fiam, Italy

0.5″ thick curved glass

Fiam was established in 1973 by Vittorio Livi. Livi’s goal in establishing the company was to make glass design a protagonist in furnishing, an important presence in people’s life. This goal was obtained through a revolution which joins handicraft and technology: curved glass, a new frontier in design in which Fiam has become the uncontested leader.

Ghost is in the permanent collections of many museums, including the Denver Art Museum, the Corning Museum of Glass, N.Y., Musée des Arts Decoratifs, Paris, Triennale di Milano, Musée des Arts Decoratifs, Montreal, and Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna di Roma.

37.3″ x 26.75″ height



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