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Fiam

Pop Fiam

Price starting at € 1.290,00 € 1.518,00
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Fiam

Pop Fiam

Price starting at € 1.290,00 € 1.518,00

Design:  

One model, two sizes, square or rectangular shape for “Pop”, the hanging mirror signed by Fiam. Pop is the mirror with a high-temperature fused

glass, back-silvered; it’s possible to hang it vertically or horizontally. “Pop” is a majestic furniture accessory, very peculiar and exclusive, it’s a great

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Design:  

One model, two sizes, square or rectangular shape for “Pop”, the hanging mirror signed by Fiam. Pop is the mirror with a high-temperature fused

glass, back-silvered; it’s possible to hang it vertically or horizontally. “Pop” is a majestic furniture accessory, very peculiar and exclusive, it’s a great

Made in Italy.

Frame finish:

High temperature fused glass, back-silvered

Size:

216 x 5 x h 116 cm

116 x 5 x h 76 cm

206 x 5 x h 206 cm

86 x 5 x h 86 cm

Ø 148 x 5 cm

Ø 96 x 5 cm

More information




Design:  

One model, two sizes, square or rectangular shape for “Pop”, the hanging mirror signed by Fiam. Pop is the mirror with a high-temperature fused

glass, back-silvered; it’s possible to hang it vertically or horizontally. “Pop” is a majestic furniture accessory, very peculiar and exclusive, it’s a great

Made in Italy.

Frame finish:

High temperature fused glass, back-silvered

Size:

216 x 5 x h 116 cm

116 x 5 x h 76 cm

206 x 5 x h 206 cm

86 x 5 x h 86 cm

Ø 148 x 5 cm

Ø 96 x 5 cm

Fiam

1973, FIAM, the passion, the project: it’s the beginning.

Even as very young, Vittorio Livi already loves everything about glass, its solidness and fragility, its simplicity and complexity; he regards it as an ancestral material, yet at the same time innovative, eco-friendly and very practical.

In the furniture world, glass was mainly used to make small complements or decorative items, but for the young Vittorio Livi it’s a material with great potential, and thus his dream takes shape: FIAM is born, a single whole with his passion, a fusion of tradition, innovation, handwork, design and research, for a constant commercial and cultural wager.

Glass: the sole protagonist of furniture that astonishes and fascinates. Furniture that time doesn’t leave a mark on: its uniqueness, presence and fashion will remain unaltered wherever and whenever.

 

A highly qualified team of Master Craftsmen follows the various and complex workings: silvering, curving, decoration, fusion, incision, rounding and engraving.

Each professional works in perfect harmony, knows how to plan and find various solutions to every single case, how to control the shapes and ensure the success of the operation of each object, a success that is achieved thanks to highly sophisticated and unique technologies.

 

With the role of the Designer, FIAM is boundless: it’s a gamble, it’s a constant challenge for the realisation of any idea.

FIAM gathers proposals and projects, creating, if necessary, new machinery to make their realisation possible. A few examples: in 1982, Massimo Morozzi proposes the Hydra coffee table, and a few years later Philippe Starck draws the project for the Illusion table – in the first case the ‘Passer’ machine is born, capable of pushing water and abrasive dust at a speed of 1.00 meters/sec, whereas for the Illusion table the company had to create a machinery capable of reaching 1000 degrees.

 

For FIAM, the seventh generation of curving machinery is already in the rear-view. FIAM looks constantly and ceaselessly to the future, so its challenge goes on.

FIAM stands for being open and available to accepting daring proposals at any time, accepting emerging worker roles and brand-new innovations regarding technologies and materials.

 

FIAM the magnificent dream lives on!

Marcel Wanders

Marcel Wanders was born in 1963 in the Netherlands and graduated with merit at th Arts School in Arnhem in 1988. His fame started with the iconic Knotted Chair that he projected for Droog Design in 1996. He is now working for the most important contemporary design companies in Europe.

In 2000, he founded Moooi, which soon became a world-known brand, and he worked at the same time on interior design projects, entering the world of accessories as well. In 2005, he was the director of the International Design Yearbook and in the same year, he created together with the chef Peter Lute the extraordinary hospitality concept Lute Suiters. He has also projected the interiors of Blits, a new restaurant in Rotterdam and the interiors of the “Thor” restaurant in the Hotel on Rivington in New York. It includes coffee bar, lounge and private club. Marcel is the first and still today among the most important designers of Droog design and he has been member of the jury for different international prizes such as the Rotterdam Design Prize (for which many of his products have been nominated several times) and the Kho Liang Prize. He has lectured at the SFMoMA, Limn, the Design Academy, Nike, IDFA, FutureDesignDays and had taught in different design academies in the Netherlands and abroad.

A significant number of Marcel Wanders’ projects have been choosen for the most important collections and designexhibitions worldwide such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York and in San Francisco, the V&A Museum in London, the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, the Boijmans van Beuningen Museum in Rotterdam, the Central Museum in Utrecht, the Decorative Arts Museum in Copenhagen and different Droog Design exhibitions.

Beaucoup des projets de Marcel Wanders ont été sélectionné pour les collections et les exhibitions de design les plus importantes dans le monde comme le Museum of Modern Art à New York et à San Francisco, le V&A Museum à Londres, le Stedelijk Museum à Amsterdam, le Museum Boijmans van Beuningen à Rotterdam, le Central Museum à Utrecht, le Museum des Arts de décoration à Copenhagen et plusieurs exhibitions  Droog Design.

 

Prizes and rewards:

  • Winner of the 2005/2006 Elle Decoration International Design Awards: ‘Best Designer”
  • ‘Best 2006 Designer’ nomination by the Italian magazine Gioia Casa
  • ‘Best interior professionals’ Nomination for Moooi, Dutch Woonawards 2006
  • Best interior product’ for Moooi Boutique, Dutch Woonawards 2006
  • Winner of the 2004/2005 Elle Decoration International Design Awards (sittings) with the ‘Carbon chair’, design by Bertjan Pot e Marcel Wanders for Moooi 
  • World Technology Award by The World Technology Network 2004. 
  • ‘Designer of the Year 2004’ nomination by Blueprint magazine in collaboration with Nasdaq, Microsoft, Time Magazine and Science Magazine.
  • Nomination Moooi obtained in the 2003 FX-award for the collection
  • Winner of the 2003 Elle Decoration International Design Award with ‘Patchwork plates’, lunch collection
  • ‘Man of the Year” nomination by the Netherlandish magazine MAN in 2002
  • Designer of the year’ for the magazine WIRED in 2001 Wired Rave awards
  • Nomination Alterpoint Design Award 2000
  • George Nelson Award (Interiors magazine) 2000
  • Kho Liang Consolation prize
  • Rotterdam Design Prize with the Knotted Chair