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Milo Day Glass Curio

by Ilaria Marelli for Fiam Italia
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Milo Day Glass Curio $3,737.00
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  • description

    Milo Day glass curio is the perfect way to display prized possessions, home decor, and memorabilia. Place it in a variety of rooms in a contemporary house for graceful results. The curio comes with five shelves for ample storage and display. The shining aluminum brushed profiles are eye-catching and complement the transparent glass. 

    Designed by Ilaria Marelli for Fiam Italia, Milo Day glass curio is a state-of-the-art piece of furniture that offers timeless style. Available in different glass finishes for the base. Illuminate the display with the optional LED lights..

    • country of origin:Italy
    • Assembly Required:Yes
    • Shipping Charges:free
    Founded in 1973, Fiam Italia is a global icon with its innovative use of glass to create sculptures that are as functional as they are beautiful. Fiam Italia is renowned for curved glass objects that include designer mirrors and modern coffee tables.
  • details
    • Designed by Ilaria Marelli 
    • Manufactured in Italy
    • Showcase in curved transparent 8 mm-thick glass
    • Door in 6 mm-thick glass
    • Base in 12 mm-thick extralight glass finish options
    • Profiles in brushed aluminum glossy finish
    • LED lighting kit available as an option
  • dimensions
    • 23¼"W × 14½"D × 68½"H
  • design

    designed by

    Ilaria Marelli

    Iconic architect and designer, Ilaria Marelli has various brilliant designs made for Fiam Italia. She started her own private company in 2004 called Ilaria Marelli Studio, that deals with production, interior design as well as exposition design. In addition, the studio provides strategy and trend consultancy for design and fashion companies.

    Marelli's design style is full of clean lines and modern beauty, which is why she has had so much success in her design career. The minimalist style she cultivates is eye-catching without being overbearing for added appeal.

    manufactured by

    Fiam Italia

    Founded in 1973, Fiam Italia is a global icon with its innovative use of glass to create sculptural beauties that are as functional as they are aesthetically pleasing. Fiam Italia designs, develops, and produces items of furniture in curved glass, creating them through a combination of craftsmanship and industrial processes, while merging tradition and innovation through a hand-­crafted approach. Though Fiam's products look fragile, they are strong and sturdy to use on a day to day basis in a contemporary home.

    Famous for its strong ties to the global design community, Fiam collaborates with leading designers like Philippe Starck, Enzo Mari, Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas, Ron Arad, Xavier Lust, Daniel Libeskind and of course, the founder himself, Vittorio Livi. With more than forty years of a remarkable career under his belt, Livi still serves as one of the creative powers behind Fiam's continuous presence in the realm of global architecture and design.

    Fiam's product selection includes extraordinary wall and free standing mirrors, modern coffee tables, fixed and extension glass dining tables, as well as innovative bedside tables, consoles, bookcases, curios, home office, and other glass made accessories. Fiam Italia's most iconic product is Ghost glass chair, which gives the illusion of floating for an enchanting touch.

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