On a visit to our Studio, you will find a wide selection of Pastorelli pieces as this is Nanna Backhaus' favourite glass art technique. Pastorelli pieces are playful and inviting and looks good enough to eat. Demanding and time-consuming to do, though! The pieces go through several processes, require an eye for colour and a high level of precision to become perfect. You will find this technique applied to bowls, dishes, vases and lamp shades.

Nanna Backhaus Brown

Nanna Backhaus Brown began her training as a glass artist at Arresø Glashytte in North Zealand, Denmark. After getting her certificate, she moved to France and worked at L'Atelier du Verre, St. Meloir in France. Here, Nanna began as a production assistant and eventually became partner. It was also here, that Nanna developed her unique style with large pieces of striking colours and clean, architectural shapes. In 1993, Nanna moved back to North Zealand to found Glassmedjen with her husband Andrew.