Search
  1. Homepage
  2. Artlight
  3. ●●●
  4. Moderno

MODERNO

    Innovations by the greatest designers of all time

    New shapes and creations. No excess. Just glass and light, at the heart of experimental art by the greatest artists of all time.

    Select filters
      Authors
      Techniques
      Types

      CELESTI

      Atelier Oï

      Strips of leather envelop glass, as light casts an endless series of dancing reflections in gradient colours, reminiscent of the bright trails of shooting stars.

      View artwork

      Atelier Oï

      CELESTI

      DONNA DI RANGO

      Sandro Chia

      Sheer glass, colour and light form its ethereal body, while bronze gives life to its feminine head: Sandro Chia pays homage to the beauty of women.

      Sandro Chia

      DONNA DI RANGO

      ETTORE SOTTSASS COLLECTION

      Ettore Sottsass

      A journey through time and space: in search for meaningful names for his works, Ettore Sottsass looks back to ancient languages and faraway places for inspiration.

      Ettore Sottsass

      ETTORE SOTTSASS COLLECTION

      FUNGO

      Massimo Vignelli

      Spontaneous yet carefully hand-crafted; this is the twofold nature of Fungo, a unique mushroom that has grown in VENINI’s Kiln. Nature meets design.

      Massimo Vignelli

      FUNGO

      POLIEDRI

      Carlo Scarpa

      An endless interplay of horizontal and vertical prisms forming a sphere of light: the undisputed star of your home interior.

      Carlo Scarpa

      POLIEDRI

      SASSO

      Mimmo Rotella

      Someone must have cast a spell on a large colourful rock and turned it into glass. Then he made it shine. It’s Mimmo Rotella, together with the master glassblowers.

      Mimmo Rotella

      SASSO

      TRILOBI

      Venini

      A shimmering cascade of stalactites hanging from the ceiling and formed by a series of skilfully handcrafted modular elements that are triangular in section with softly rounded lobes.

      Venini

      TRILOBI

      TRIZEBAO

      Venini

      Nodding to the term trizebao, it is the poster, the manifesto that uses design characters from VENINI’s vocabulary, which is all about complex shapes and colours.

      Venini

      TRIZEBAO

      BALLOTON LAMP

      Venini

      One of the finest techniques of the art of Murano glassblowing, “Balloton” owes its uniqueness to its special texture. The master glassblowers use a metal mold to lend this special texture to the hot unshaped glass surface, making it truly unique.

      Venini

      BALLOTON LAMP

      ABAT-JOUR

      Venini

      On closer inspection, they resemble the glass pearls of a precious necklace. As it breaks, its pearls cascade to the floor. Only three remain, in intense hues.

      Venini

      ABAT-JOUR

      ABACO

      Monica Guggisberg & Philip Baldwin

      On the one hand the sphere, the most ubiquitous form in the known universe. On the other hand, mathematical calculations and an ancient calculating tool. They come together in luminous glass.

      false

      ABACO

      ESPRIT

      Venini

      An explosion of flowers and sparkling stars designed to illuminate, shine, and spark emotions in the viewers, leaving them speechless.

      Venini

      ESPRIT

      POLIEDRI SFERA

      Venini

      An endless interplay of horizontal and vertical prisms forming a sphere of light. Majestic both in size and appearance, it defies space.

      Venini

      POLIEDRI SFERA

      BALLOTON

      Venini

      One of the finest techniques of the art of Murano glassblowing, “Balloton” owes its uniqueness to its special texture. The master glassblowers use a metal mold to lend this special texture to the hot unshaped glass surface, making it truly unique.

      Venini

      BALLOTON

      NASTRI

      Venini

      Thin strips of sheer glass run along a metal structure, arranged in a linear fashion or floating in perpetual oscillatory motion.

      Venini

      NASTRI

      TAPPETO VOLANTE

      Venini

      A rectangular silhouette bends and folds, generating waves of light in dynamic motion. The magic carpet that graces the pages of the Arabian Nights has become real. From myth to reality.

      Venini

      TAPPETO VOLANTE

      LIGHT SHAR

      Venini

      Apparently, someone has thrown a stone into the calm waters of the Fornace (Kiln) to reproduce its circular pattern in glass.

      Venini

      LIGHT SHAR

      TRIEDRI

      Venini

      Strips of glass meet and intertwine, visually overlapping to create multiple layers that wrap around each other, forming a luminous hemisphere. Jewel-like glass creations.

      Venini

      TRIEDRI

      RHYTHM

      I m lab, alessandro isola, supriya mankad

      Values and rests, notes and intervals, running along the scores. Black on white, dynamic. This work by I M Lab is music for the eyes.

      I m lab, alessandro isola, supriya mankad

      RHYTHM

      ROTONDO

      Peter Marino

      Its seemingly simple geometries are tinged with sinuous Black brushstrokes.

      Peter Marino

      ROTONDO

      LUMINOSITÀ

      Hani Rashid and Lise Anne Couture

      Inspired by the enigmatic architecture of Andre Bloc and Frederich Kielser, as well as by the timeless sensual shapes created by Constantin Brancusi, it celebrates the beauty and elegance of atmospheric optical phenomena and illusions.

      Hani Rashid and Lise Anne Couture

      LUMINOSITÀ

      ZOE

      Doriana e Massimiliano Fuksas

      A lantern as a treasure trove of wishes. The magic of glass reflects, conceals and subtly reveals. A mysterious light signal and a sign of things to come.

      Doriana e Massimiliano Fuksas

      ZOE

      ARGEA

      Venini

      Tiny gold and silver leaves blend together with matter, giving glass the appearance of water sparkling with a cascade of bubbles, like sea foam.

      Venini

      ARGEA

      LOU

      Aldo Cibic

      Is it a vase? Or is it a lamp? For Aldo Cibic it’s both. As well as a delightful surprise to enjoy at any time of the day.

      Aldo Cibic

      LOU

      Load more