Cesare Chimenti|Cesare Chimenti|Cesare Chimenti|Cesare Chimenti|Cesare Chimenti|Cesare Chimenti||Piero Lissoni’s love letter to all things glassy|The self-supporting black steel staircase – heavy and light at the same time|Glass is the material of choice wherever possible, from doors to desks|Working areas face onto an internal courtyard|Forbidding black steel doors guard the entrance|Lissoni’s building is bright enough not to need artificial lighting by day||
18 Aug 2011

Glas Italia by Lissoni Associati

Words by Michael Willoughby

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