Top interior designer Patricia Urquiola has created a contemporary cabinet by adding stained-glass panels to the front of this cabinet, becoming the latest in a series of designers to use the material for contemporary furniture.
Urquiola worked with graphic designer Federico Pepe to create the Credenza capsule collection of furniture, which includes cabinets, screens and a low table design for Milan boutique Spazio Pontaccio.
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This cabinet features geometric panels of blue, red and yellow glass, with diagonal and triangular patterns housed in semi-circular frames.
The use of stained glass emerged as a tendency during this year’s , where Campana Brothers also used this material to fill blob-shaped gaps in a wooden cabinet.
Urquiola overcame her hatred of glass last year when she designed a set of iridescent furniture and mirrors using the material. The designer has since created a range of grid-patterned architectural glass for Skyline Design.