A glimpse at the interdisciplinary influences that inspired the new Glacé collection — piqued by the multidimensionality of clear quartz as a reflector and absorber of color, texture, and shadow.
Table Lamp Mounted on a Quartz Base, Parchment Shade, ca. 1925, by Jean-Michel Frank
1950s Ronson lighter
John Chamberlain, Hano, 1970
Food creation by Ayako Suwa
Jil Sander Fragrance, 1997
Gio Ponti Rationalist Occasional Table, 1932: Black tempered glass top and clear tempered glass
Laverne "Invisibles" Group Lucite Daffodil Chair, 1960s
Rock-crystal ovoid vessel with wide mouth from the Late Classical period, 3rd century BC. Rock crystal, a precious stone in antiquity, was thought to be “a special form of real ice.” From the archives at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.