iam is a world-class name, best known for how it manipulates a versatile material like glass. In the world of interior design, glass is often an ancillary material and sometimes only used for decoration, whereas Fiam turns it into its key player. At Fiam, master glass-makers use their skill and imagination to make these products come to life: anything from chairs to bookshelves and armchairs. The Ghost armchair is a striking example of this, and on display in some of the most important museums around the world like the MoMa, New York. Set up in 1973 by designer and businessman Vittorio Livi, Fiam has built a solid reputation for bringing together traditional craftsmanship and industrial production. Furthermore, throughout the years, Fiam has built fruitful partnerships with a variety of different renowned designers. In 1973, Fiam received the Compasso d’Oro Award as a recognition for the superior quality of its products.