Megna Glass Inc. est 1999
8 Plank Road East Hampton, NY 11937
mailing address: PO Box 3061 Sag Harbor, NY 11963
631-725-1131 fax 631.725.4526
Megna Glass Inc opened it's doors in 1999 and soon began designing an innovative new product: our handmade glass cabinet and doorknobs. We introduced them to the International Kitchen and Bath Show in 2003 and were instantly recognized as a new and desirable trend in the market. We were voted the 'Most asked about product in the Kitchen and Bath Design news for 2006 and 2007; and each year the trade magazines call us to find out what we are about to release in our latest designs.
We have been featured in 'House Beautiful Magazine', Architectural Digest Magazine and several other publications.
Our recent work focuses on custom lighting working to design innovative, one of a kind chandeliers with the leading Designers of today, including Ingrao, of NYC; Charles Allem Design of Miami and New York.
We have Created large installations for the Mohegan Sun Casino and Resort in Uncasville Connecticut; an 18ft. high lead crystal and handmade bead curtain spanning over 100 feet across the High Stakes Gaming Area. In May 2008 we completed a 14 diameter Blown glass dogwood chandelier surrounded with another patterned crystal beaded curtain for the High Stakes slots Area at Mohegan Sun.
At present Martin Megna, a glass 'historian' is reproducing the thick glass tiles once used in NYC sidewalks to light the subways beneath, and at night, illuminate the upper walkways. Using his totally refurbished 1860's antique glass press, he is hoping to incorporate solar chips into the glass, keeping things 'green' helping to find ways to light our way economically and beautifully; 'functional art is the way to go' says Martin. Our work continues to evolve with new materials and lighting techniques that become available. The materials produced from our glassblowing furnace to create our projects, whether contemporary; classic or eclectic in style are all imbued with a timeless beauty unavailable in other mediums. Ancient and new as molten lava.