In 2006 we moved to the new and current headquarters in Pasian di Prato, near Udine. Here, beside the artisan workshop, we have devoted a large area to the exhibition and direct sale of our creations. Customized furniture and accessories, sculptures, centerpieces, cornices, angels, bijoux, but also everyday items such as candle holders, trays and clocks, all characterised by unique shape and decoration, delicate color matching, from the brightest to the lightest, shining in the sunlight. We design each object as a unique creation, which has the same love and dedication that we have been handed down by the great Venetian masters. In all of our glass works we think you can see and feel our passion and our research.
"Since I was a child I always wanted to go to art school, but my family directed me to a different classical education." So Adriana Chiarandini starts to tell the story of her firm which was almost stated by chance and not a path planned during her studies. But passion is very hard to push aside, and the strong attraction for glass as a material to work with was too fascinating to resist. This attraction started in the early years of her childhood and kept increasing stronger as she grew older. At the end of the 80's she learned the art of glass fusion in the workshops of Murano glassmasters, but it was only in 1994 that she founded "Giochi di Luce” transforming her passion in her job. It is in the artisan workshop of Campoformido, a small town near Udine, where she hand-made the first pieces of glass, personalized and often expressly designed for collectors. Since then, the company has grown steadily, expanding its markets thanks to the investment in research and product development, always looking to offer new articles from the interior designers creativity and of the great Venetian school designers. In 1996, the SABO award at the “Salone di Viterbo” consecrated “Giochi di Luce” at national level. In the following years, constant participation in all the major trade shows allowed the company to gain presence in significant foreign markets and to exhibit its creations at various fairs around the world: from Milan to Paris, from San Francisco to San Paolo, from Dubai to Kiev.