Made in New Zealand - Inspired by New Zealand

Desert Road River Stone

Sustainable Masterpiece Earns Second Place

Golden Triumph at TRACE 2024

Christine and Lynden's 'Golden Tree Paperweight' shone bright at the 2024 GAS conference in Berlin, earning second place in TRACE: An
Exploration of Sustainable Art. Celebrating sustainability and innovation, their piece stood out among submissions from 18 countries. A proud moment in their artistic journey!

Lava Glass'

20th anniversary

We are celebrating 20 years of Lava Glass! To mark the occasion, Christine and Lynden have created a brand-new pastel-coloured Raglan Series.

Love Taupo Tourism Awards 2022 Winner

Sustainability Superstar

Awarded for incredible dedication to sustainability and leading the way with their commitment to regenerative, sustainable tourism.

Collab with wagner custom skis

Lava Glass skis

We have partnered with Wagner Custom Skis in Colorado, USA, to create some epic ski designs based on glass art pieces of our Volcanic Series.

World First Glassblowing studio with

Net Carbonzero Certification

Lava Glass has achieved carbon neutral status and is the first glassblowing studio in the world to have done so!

Big step on our carbonzero journey

Electric Furnace

Our new furnace is running electrically with energy from 100% renewable sources.

Must Do Attraction in Taupo

Glassblowing, Gallery & Sculpture Garden

The Lava Glass complex offers a unique window into the art of glassblowing and original New Zealand inspired glass art.

Garden receives accolade

Garden of national significance

The Lava Glass Sculpture Garden is endorsed as a national Garden of Significance by the New Zealand Gardens Trust. It is the only garden of its kind in the southern hemisphere

Endorsed by Sir John Key

The Lava Glass Sculpture Garden Opens

Lynden's sculptures shine in all their glory and then Prime Minister of New Zealand, Sir John Key, opens the Lava Glass Sculpture Garden.

Another idea transformed into action

Construction of the Lava Glass Sculpture Garden begins

Lynden starts the construction of New Zealand's first glass sculpture garden based on a landscape design Christine had drawn in her sketchbook.  Over a period of several months Lynden and his team handcraft more than 600 glass sculptures for the garden.

Lynden Over Gallery

New Gallery Opens at the Mount

Lynden and Christine open the Lynden Over Gallery in Mount Maunganui.

Public Sculpture by Lynden Over

Cloak of Tia is unveiled

This sculpture was commissioned by the Taupo Sculpture Trust and Taupo District Council. Located in Taupo town centre one of the Cloak’s two panels is coloured using warm brown earth tones depicting the volcanic nature of the region. The other has the cool blues and greens which represent the lake, sky and river.

New Pieces

Expanding product range

The product range in the Lava Glass Gallery expands as Lynden comes up with new designs.

Studio and Gallery Run

Lava Glass Open for business

After building the furnace himself Lynden is able to start working in his own glassblowing studio. The Lava Glass Gallery opens its doors for the first time showing his works.

Lava Glass is taking shape

Construction of the Lava Glass studio & gallery

Lynden and Christine decide to start their own business. Building works start on the Lava Glass studio and gallery on a bare block of land in Taupo.

The Beginning

Before Lava Glass

Lynden's first steps as a glassblower under the tuition of Keith Mahy in the Burning Issues glassblowing studio in Whangarei.

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