2010 - New York - USA


Project: Doge suspension and Vittoriale Chandelier

Art lighting

The Plaza Hotel in New York has chosen Venini's elegance to illuminate the Penthouse, designed by Gal Nauer and furnished by Giorgetti.

The "Doge" collection, conceived by Napoleone Martinuzzi in 1927, is inspired by the "cesendello" or typical oil lamp of the Venetian Renaissance. The glassmaking technique used is called "rigadin," which involves obtaining countless parallel lines using a mold that impresses the surface. 
Vittoriale is a chandelier designed by Napoleone Martinuzzi in the late 1920s, named after the Vittoriale degli Italiani, conceived by Gabriele D’Annunzio.‎ Enriched with various decorative elements, it remains aligned with Venini's intention to revolutionize the Murano tradition since the twenties, despite its simplicity. 



Sculptor, designer and businessman in the glass sector, he studied at the Fine Arts Academy of Venice. Beloved by D’Annunzio, from 1917 he run for him several works. From 1922 to 1931 he directed the Museo Vetrario in Murano. 

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