Future Craft: Glass Is Tomorrow

Tomorrow, European design platform Glass Is Tomorrow will arrive in Brussels.

This traveling exhibition and ongoing project aims to establish and promote, “a more fluid exchange of knowledge and competencies between glass and design professionals.”

Following stop-offs at the Biennale Internationale Design in Saint-Étienne, and MOST Salone in Milan in April, Glass Is Tomorrow will reside in the beautiful Ampersand House until early June.

The exhibition itself will comprise over 60 design pieces, as well as accompanying molds, color samples and three-dimensional renderings, created during various workshops since the project launch in 2011. A number of skilled designers and glass blowers are exhibiting, including Lena Bergström, Alfredo Häberli and Róisín de Buitleár.

“Each piece is the result of a co-creation process between designer and glass blower and is presented as such,” explain the exhibition’s curators.

Visit the website for more details and opening hours.

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