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    New artistic takes on the past

    Great artisanal knowledge and prolific inventors of new shapes: this is the magic formula for breaking design rules and pushing the boundaries.

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      HAPPY PILLS

      Fabio Novembre

      The chemistry of hormones influenced by the chemistry of materials. Happy Pills are placebos from Murano to replace drug treatment with new shapes and colours.

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      Fabio Novembre

      HAPPY PILLS

      PORT

      Barber & Osgerby

      More often than not, strolling around Venice’s canals you can see floating buoys or boat lights. Jay Osgerby and Edward Barber captured them on glass.

      Barber & Osgerby

      PORT

      PORT BLACK

      Barber & Osgerby

      More often than not, strolling around Venice’s canals you can see floating buoys or boat lights. Jay Osgerby and Edward Barber captured them on glass.

      Barber & Osgerby

      PORT BLACK

      RAVENNA

      Venini

      The capital city of the Western Roman Empire for centuries, Ravenna is known as the city of mosaics. VENINI celebrates it with a unique work of art.

      Venini

      RAVENNA

      MURANA

      Fabio Novembre

      Its mask face, name and matter speak of Venice. This vase by Fabio Novembre conveys the humanity, charm and elegance of this city, as well as its soul of glass.

      Fabio Novembre

      MURANA

      QUATTRO STAGIONI

      Laura De Santillana

      Three hundred and sixty-five days, twelve months, four seasons. All condensed into a collection that speaks of life, with its circularity and colours and a tree nestled in the centre.

      Laura De Santillana

      QUATTRO STAGIONI

      NINFEA

      Napoleone Martinuzzi

      It recalls a water lily just picked from its pond. A colourful dragonfly could rest on it anytime.

      Napoleone Martinuzzi

      NINFEA

      BOLLE

      Tapio Wirkkala

      Landscapes shaped from glass and color. Top to bottom. Tapio Wirkkala’s works turn air into matter, colour into faraway lands.

      Tapio Wirkkala

      BOLLE

      COCCIO

      Venini

      Its appearance speaks of bygone days, recalling an ancient artifact that once adorned stately residences from the past. Assembled and reassembled in all its pieces by fire in the Fornace (Kiln).

      Venini

      COCCIO

      RE REGINA PRINCIPE

      Rodolfo Dordoni

      Once upon a time there were three Royals in the Fornace (Kiln). With their regal bearing and glass garments, they traveled around the world. Designed by Rodolfo Dordoni.

      Rodolfo Dordoni

      RE REGINA PRINCIPE

      PALPITO

      Venini

      A breath, then another. A movement, then another. A puff, then a beat. This thick glass has a soul that dances in the light.

      Venini

      PALPITO

      BATTUTI/CANOE

      T. Scarpa e L.D. De Santillana

      T. Scarpa e L.D. De Santillana

      BATTUTI/CANOE

      OCCHI

      Tobia Scarpa

      How many eyes can lay on the surface of a vase? Endless admiring, loving and surprised eyes. Tobia Scarpa offers a new perspective, and turns it upside down.

      Tobia Scarpa

      OCCHI

      MURRINE ROMANE

      Carlo Scarpa

      The splendor of Ancient Rome – of its myths, culture and art – comes to life in these beautiful and timeless creations.

      Carlo Scarpa

      MURRINE ROMANE

      TESSUTI BATTUTI

      Carlo Scarpa

      Different colours and a multitude of lines, neat and orderly. They come together then diverge, alternating and following the curved profiles of the thinnest shapes ever created by Carlo Scarpa.

      Carlo Scarpa

      TESSUTI BATTUTI

      BATTUTI

      Carlo Scarpa

      They stretch and extend, creating unique shapes with wavy edges. Inviting us to look inside. Colours and sheer glass diverge and meet, leaving their subtle mark.

      Carlo Scarpa

      BATTUTI

      SOMMERSI FOGLIA ORO

      Carlo Scarpa

      It’s the 1930s: a fabulous party is going on here, with beautiful and stylish ladies accompanied by classy gentlemen. They dance to the rhythm of jazz music, their skirts swaying sinuously with their every move. Sommersi Foglia Oro make their debut on the 1930s scene.

      Carlo Scarpa

      SOMMERSI FOGLIA ORO

      PIATTO DI TAPIO

      Tapio Wirkkala

      Look! Beyond the boundaries of classicism there is an inner whirlpool of fast flowing water and ice that captures and holds the viewer’s attention.

      Tapio Wirkkala

      PIATTO DI TAPIO

      DAMA

      Venini

      She moves with grace around the Fornace (Kiln), as the glassblowers play with her colours, choosing their moves carefully. Nonetheless, she always wins the game.

      Venini

      DAMA

      SOFT

      Dan Dailey

      It is a common belief that glass is a hard material, because this is how it manifests itself once it cools down. However, before it crystallises it is soft and ductile in the hands of the master glassblowers.

      Dan Dailey

      SOFT

      KUKINTO

      Timo Sarpaneva

      Swaying like a dancer’s skirt. Like the corolla of wild flowers blowing in the wind. The Kukinto vase amazes with its spontaneity and lightness.

      Timo Sarpaneva

      KUKINTO

      RITAGLI

      Fulvio Bianconi

      Somebody found it amusing to cut tiny little pieces of glass like paper cutouts. He created shapes resembling desert plants, new forms of futuristic architecture. His name is Fulvio Bianconi.

      Fulvio Bianconi

      RITAGLI

      TORCIA

      Mario Bellini

      Gusts of wind and whirls of fire: is there a better way to describe the Fornace (Kiln)? Torcia by VENINI captures it on glass in the form of a vase.

      Mario Bellini

      TORCIA

      I TRASPARENTI di ZECCHIN

      Venini

      A tribute to the art and innovation of Vittorio Zecchin and a celebration of his collaboration with VENINI.

      Venini

      I TRASPARENTI DI ZECCHIN

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