Table consisting of two 12 mm shaped and curved extralight glass bases; top available in 15 mm tempered extralight glass.
Design by Studio Klass
A plié is one of the principal dance steps of ballet, that consists of a slow bending of the knees, keeping them symmetrically pointed outwards. It is considered to be among the most elegant and technically expressive movements of the discipline, and requires awareness and ability from the student to execute it.
The Pliè Collection for FIAM comes from the idea of reconciling the rationality of the product with the value of the object created, following artisanal work processes, in which the glass, protagonist material of the collection, is modelled with the same rigor and attention with which a dance step is executed, chasing a harmonious balance between classic craftsmanship and contemporary design.
Fiam, an Italian company founded in 1973 thanks to the creativity of Vittorio Livi, is recognized for the quality and uniqueness of the curved glass furnishings. The company follows artisanal and industrial processes together, combining tradition and innovation as well as manual processing and design, developing an absolutely original production recognized throughout the world.
Apparently simple, glass is a complex material with great potential that Fiam not only uses in small decorative objects, but makes it a solid and fascinating component which resists time and fashion.