Ongaro & Fuga

Ongaro & Fuga

Veneto, Italy

Glassmith

Ongaro e Fuga was created by Franco Fuga, in 1954, but the genealogical trees go back to the 14th century for the Fuga family and to the 16th for the Ongaro. Known for their refined Muranese glass and Venetian-style mirrors, the atelier is also famous for having restored the mirrors of the Fenice Theatre, Venice opera house, in the 60s. The company is now run by Franco's sons Bruno, Giuliano, and Francesco, who work with the same traditional techniques and materials, while also creating contemporary pieces and bespoke interiors praised by architects throughout the world.

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