Size: 1200mm x 1200mm x 380mm H.
Made from Extra Clear 24mm glass.
The ultimate in Japanese minimalism.
Designed by: Shiro Kuramata.
The “Glass (1976)” was designed by the Great master Shiro Kuramata in 1976. Its use of space and highly refined minimalism is a signature of his work and displayed effortlessly here in this iconic piece.
Made in the same style as many of his other pieces combining industrial materials in innovative ways this piece was truly innovative at the time of it’s design. Much of the the glass furniture now available uses techniques first honed by Shiro during his life as a designer and artist.
We offer various delivery options to ensure your orders are delivered in a style that correctly suits you. Orders can always be collected in store. for smaller items there is the option of delivery via UPS and for larger items we offer our two man white glove delivery and installation service.
NOTE: ALL DELIVERY OPTIONS ARE SELECTED AT THE CHECKOUT PAGE.
Find out more about the delivery options bellow.
White Glove Delivery and Install
Note: this service does not include for any fixed furniture and excludes mirrors. Should you select any delivery option other than white glove delivery please note installation will NOT be part of the service. Please see our checkout pages when buying products for the latest on delivery options.
Our Collect In-Store Service is available on all online orders. Once items are ready for you to collect in store (at: Glassdomain - 473 Dudley Road, Birmingham B18 4HE.) a member of our sales team on will contact you.
Royal Mail Carriers
For smaller orders you are able to select "Royal Mail" to have your delivery made by royal mail carriers.
As soon as your item is ready for dispatch the delivery channel chosen will be contacted and will begin the delivery process.
The customer is obliged to check the number of packages and their condition before accepting delivery and to state the appropriate formal reservations to the carrier and forwarding agent. Therefore, once the Customer has taken delivery of the goods from the carrier/forwarding agent, the Vendor shall not accept any claim concerning the number or condition of the packs.
Any complaints due to defects of on any other grounds must be received within 8 days after receipt of the goods, and must be made by registered letter with return receipt. Such complaints shall only be formally valid if they are made directly to the vendor. In no case shall complaints on the part of the Customer constitute grounds for refusal to pay or delayed payments: No claims of breach of contract, requests for termination of contract or counter-claims shall be permitted once the aforesaid period has passed.
No Claim shall be considered unless payment of the full price of all invoices, including those not yet due, has been made. No returns of Goods shall be accepted unless agreed and authorised by the vendor in writing.
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GLAS ITALIA are world renowned glass artisans with an immense passion for creating visually exciting glass furniture. The designer has blossomed from its humble roots as a glass factory in 1970 to a design titan that has collaborated with some of the most exciting designers of our time including Piero Lissoni, Patricia Urquiola and Philippe Starck. Glas Italia’s avant-garde pieces are the perfect accompaniment to any contemporary home, gifting style and life-long quality in abundance.
SHIRO KURAMATA, born in Tokyo in 1934. “For him, an object, a piece of furniture, an installation is never finished inside the borders of its own physicality. For him, around an object, or around a piece of furniture or around an installation there is never a silence, never abstract dust; always the air around is vibrating, as if it were shaken by a central provocation. That's why very often Shiro was trying to represent not only the object, or the furniture, or the installation but also the many mysterious vibrations that were produced around.” His now out of manufacture, “Miss Blanche” chair utilizes a similar style and construction process and is responsible for catapulting him to be held as one of the most desirable designers of the 20th century.