SIO2-Bridge Console

Designed by:  Piero Lissoni
Manufactured by:  Glas Italia

A console table with double plate in coupled laminated glass.  The glass finishes include a variety of lacquered colors with the option of different colors on the inside and outside.  Price includes shipping to the USA.  Manufactured by Glas Italia.
51.2" W, 13.75" D, 29.5" H

$2,536 - $2,737
Designed by:  Piero Lissoni
Manufactured by:  Glas Italia

A console table with double plate in coupled laminated glass.  The glass finishes include a variety of lacquered colors with the option of different colors on the inside and outside.  Price includes shipping to the USA.  Manufactured by Glas Italia.
51.2" W, 13.75" D, 29.5" H

$2,536 - $2,737
$2,536.00-$2,737.00
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Designed by:  Piero Lissoni
Manufactured by:  Glas Italia

A console table with double plate in coupled laminated glass.  The glass finishes include a variety of lacquered colors with the option of different colors on the inside and outside.  Price includes shipping to the USA.  Manufactured by Glas Italia.
51.2" W, 13.75" D, 29.5" H

$2,536 - $2,737

Glas Italia

Glas Italia, established in 1970 in Italy’s Lombardy region, produces a stunning, modern range of furniture typologies – dining tables, coffee tables, storage units, wardrobes, screens and partitions, display cabinets, mirrors, accessories, even chairs, sofas, and chaises – that stretch the possibilities of form and function while celebrating the inherent transparent, translucent, and ethereal qualities associated with glass. After nearly five decades, Glas Italia has developed a core collection of classics that it expands annually with new designs. Switch Modern presents a range of Glas Italia designs – online and in our Atlanta showroom – by Jean-Marie Massaud, Philippe Starck, Patricia Urquiola, Nendo, Ettore Sottsass, Piero Lissoni, Tokujin Yoshioka, Patrick Norguet, and Alessandro Mendini.