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Glas Italia | Flagship Store

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The first Glas Italia flagship store, located in Via Santa Sofia 27, will be launched in collaboration with Gorlini. The flagship store opening is a further step into the wider development process undertaken by Glas Italia in the last years and aimed to provide a complete overview of its own production to customers, architects and designers.

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The set up, taken care by Piero Lissoni, includes both the Glas Italia product collection and the Aladin doors and wall partitions presented during the last Salone del Mobile. The choice of Gorlini as our partner arises from our respect for a highly reputable company which has specialized in the production of doors and windows for over 60 years.

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ALADIN, DOORS AND PARTITIONS GLAS ITALIA
The experience of Glas Italia in the manufacture and use of glass is expressed in an important and significant project where its range expands from furniture to interior architecture.
Designing and projecting space through refined compositional solutions, glass partitions that screen and separate areas: the new program ALADIN, designed and conceived by Piero Lissoni, stems from this idea.

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Glas Italia spotlights a collection of doors and partitions developed through stylistic continuity, a proposal standing out for its formal elegance, synthesis and versatility. The use of advanced technologies in the glass manufacturing process and surface treatment and the employment of innovative materials leads to achieving a wide range of glass covering with multiple aesthetic configurations.

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