An ode to artisan craft

An ode to artisan craft

Traditional tapestries have always been considered monumental achievements of artisan craft, and LASVIT’s Tapestry also draws heavily on the legacy of fine craftsmanship, playing with glass in new and unexpected ways.


LASVIT Art Walls

LASVIT Art Walls offer an abundance of styles that can be combined to create the best-fitting designs for hotels, restaurants, private residences, modern yachts, office spaces, or simply any place that is ready for some artsy vibes. All design concepts are modular either in terms of their size, pattern, color-scheme, or intended interior use as partitions or decorative walls.

The story behind the light


Designed for airy spaces

Originally, tapestries turned simple textiles into storytelling pieces of art that often decorated the walls of palaces or castles. LASVIT’s Tapestry is a contemporary take on an abstract glass mural.


Beautifully layered glass

The Tapestry is made of bent glass that runs through the wall like a thread in a woven tapestry. Thanks to the effective layering of glass, the wall features attractively pronounced vertical structures.


The understated elegance of textures

Tapestry offers three types of structures – vertical stripes, drapery and grid – in crystal clear glass that can be combined with metal detailing and finished in brushed stainless steel, polished stainless steel, or light gold finishing. The layering renders a delicate, understated look that can complement a wide range of interiors.


Customizable fastening

There are three possible types of available fastening – self-standing, floor-ceiling, or wall-mounted – and the Art Wall works as a form of decorative tiling.

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Wanda Valihrachová

I emphasize that each component is an original and hand-made piece with its own imperfections. I work under the rule that “Imperfection is beauty.“