The key figure in the history of FIAM is Vittorio Livi, who founded the company in 1973 in Tavullia (Marche), crowning a passion for glass that had characterized his entire life. Enlightened and devoted entrepreneur, Vittorio Livi has personally designed some of the tables, small tables and accessories of the FIAM collections, leading the company to win a prestigious Compasso d’Oro for his career in 2001.
The Ragno table is one among many other furniture pieces carrying the Vittorio Livi’s signature, the first glass table made with a single slab. However, the company’s creativity is not limited to its founder: there are numerous great designers from all over the world involved with their projects, such as Cini Boeri with the Ghost armchair, true icon of the brand, Angelo Cortesi with the Ponte small table or Rodolfo Dordoni with the Luxor table.
Particularly rich and appreciated is the collection of mirrors, with models such as the Caadre mirror by Philippe Starck, the Christine mirror by Helidon Xhixha and Dante O. Benini or the Pop mirror by Marcel Wanders. A FIAM unicum is the collection of TV mirrors with a built-in television. The FIAM catalog also includes items such as bedside tables, chairs, display cabinets, storage units, bookcases, shelves, desks, office furniture and much more, always with glass as the only polar star.