Studio Italia Design has established operations in the USA in an effort to better serve local dealers, architects, and designers by providing excellent customer service, shorter product delivery cycles, and expert support for special projects. The design team combines innovative thinking with a deep understanding of glassmaking, metal crafting and lighting to create truly unique pieces. Their state of the art testing lab enables them to play with innovative designs sparking the creative genius of their diverse team.
The flexibility of their manufacturing allows them to bring concepts into reality in the most efficient manner. Their designers and engineers work together to create beautiful and practical pieces reaching a perfect balance between form and function.
Studio Italia Design uses special packaging designed individually for each product to reduce the risk of breakage for today’s global marketplace.
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