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Michael and Frances Higgins, who met at the Chicago Institute of Design, were pioneers in the rediscovery and refinement of the ancient art of glass fusing.
Originally the Studio operated out of the Higgins’ Chicago apartment, with kilns set up behind the sofa.
Everyday items, such as bowls and plates, were transformed, through an arresting mix of geometric and curved lines, and bold use of color, into objects still useful, yet also visually vibrant and exciting.
“We just try to make what looks good—anytime, in any place. Things that are lasting, and can be enjoyed for years to come.”