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Designs, develops and produces furniture elements in curved glass



The Culture of Glass in the World

“Fiam Italia has marked the passage of glass from decorative objects to furniture.”

Vittorio Livi

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Fiam founded in 1973 

Vittorio Livi has always had one passion: glass.
Fullet, the very first company founded by him, produced coloured glass for the furniture industry and was followed by a succession of companies: Artiglass, Curvovetro, Cromoglass and Vellutart.

The merger between these companies in 1973 resulted in FIAM, the first company to produce furnishing items in curved glass. Thanks to its technology and partnerships with top international designers, FIAM has become a leader in this industry and some of its products are on display in twenty-five museums worldwide.

After overseeing the restoration of Montegridolfo, a walled town dating back to the 7th century B.C., in 1992 Vittorio Livi purchased and renovated Villa Miralfiore, a historic building in Pesaro constructed in 1260. A part of the villa is dedicated to “Spazio Miralfiore”, a museum for works of art in glass produced by Livi and numerous Italian and international artists.

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I will never get tired of repeating it: we are in Italy, and our elegance and our know-how come from the beauty that surrounds us. Many of the most important Italian companies were born because of passion, tradition, and love of beauty. In homage to Italy and to that beauty which inspires greatness, today I tell you the story of a man and a company that has left their mark on the culture and design of glass in the world.

Fiam, art meet design.

At the age of eight, he worked as a gardener with his father. At the age of thirteen he went to went to work in a glassmaker’s shop as an apprentice and at seventeen he set up his own business and attended art school.

A crowning jewel of Made in Italy, we are talking about Vittorio Livi and his company Fiam Italia, that have managed to add value to traditional glass by transforming it into iconic design pieces for the home and office.