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Venini “Trio Soprano” yellow/red Vase

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Venini Trio Soprano grey/red Murano Glass blown Vase, gift-wrapped. 1 pc – h 51 cm, Ø 19 cm, design Monica Guggisberg - Philip Baldwin 2018 TRIO reveals itself in the meeting between two elements of transparent and opaline glass, laying bare the complexity of the craftsmanship employed using the “Incalmo” technique, which consists in welding together two hot glass elements, to create different colours in a single object.
 1.950,00  1.750,00

Venini “Le Sabbie” Vase

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Venini "Le Sabbie" mouth-blown and hand-crafted vase in aquamarine/ivory Murano glass, gift-wrapped. 1 pc – Ø 20,5 cm, h 33,5 cm (8"D - 14"H) Claudio Silvestrin's handmade Le Sabbie vase is defined by distinct sections of transparent and opaque aquamarine as well as satin-and-engraved ivory glass. These opposing optic elements, along with smooth-as-silk contours, create an unmistakable aesthetic. Handmade. Signed at base. Murano glass. Wipe clean with soft dry cloth. Made in Italy. read more...
Claudio Silvestrin’s handmade mouth blown “Le Sabbie” (the sands) vases are defined by distinct sections of transparent and opaque aquamarine as well as satin-and-engraved ivory glass. A true example of perfection in creation and design. The Beautiful aqua colouring along with a creamy sand tone create opposing optic elements, along with smooth-as-silk contours. The unmistakable aesthetic makes this highly collectible piece a perfect fit in most decors. A great investment that also looks beautiful. Large and monumental. His works seek to overcome the material limits, bringing out the infinite potentiality of things, creating forms that enable us to feel that nothing lasts for ever and the inevitable dissolution of the same matter we are made of. His work is timeless, noble and pleasant, intellectual and silent, and shows impeccable attention to perfect details. Born in Zurich in 1954, Claudio Silvestrin studied minimalist design in Milan, then continued his studies with the Architectural Association in London. He has worked primarily in the British capital, then with his own practice, Claudio Silvestrin Architects (1989), which opened an office in Milan in 2006. His projects embrace a vast range of architecture and design, characterised by austerity, elegance and strict attention to detail. The result is a variety of different designs including objects for everyday use, museum buildings, interior designs, private residences and hotels. Silvestrin has had an on-going and wide-ranging partnership with Giorgio Armani, designing numerous exhibition spaces for the designer since 1999.
 2.400,00  2.100,00

Venini “Trio Tenore” grey/red Vase

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Venini Trio Tenore grey/red Murano Glass blown Vase, gift-wrapped. 1 pc – h 41 cm, Ø 15 cm, design Monica Guggisberg - Philip Baldwin 2018 TRIO reveals itself in the meeting between two elements of transparent and opaline glass, laying bare the complexity of the craftsmanship employed using the “Incalmo” technique, which consists in welding together two hot glass elements, to create different colours in a single object.
 1.950,00  1.750,00

Venini “Kukinto” Vase

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Venini “Kukinto” mouth-blown and hand-crafted vase in Murano glass, gift-wrapped 1 pc – Ø 46 cm, h 40 cm (18,11"D - 15,74"H) Finnish designer Timo Sarpaneva designed these colourful "Kukinto" vases for Venini. "Kukinto" is the Finnish word for fluorescence, and the bright vases really do make you think of colourful blossoms. Handmade. Signed at base. Murano glass. Wipe clean with soft dry cloth. Made in Italy. read more...
Timo Sarpaneva (1926-2006) was an international force in Finnish design. His homeland since the end of the Second World War had earned a reputation as a crucible of design. A designer, sculptor and educator, he descended from a long line of finish blacksmiths and he worked with metal, wood, textiles, ceramics and porcelain instilling his passion for the marriage of form and function. Although his training was as a graphic designer, he worked mainly as an industrial designer where his pioneering glass work merged art with utilitarian design. He has received much recognition throughout his illustrious career including the Lunning Prize and was twice awarded at the Milan Triennale. In 1976, Sarpaneva received the honorary title of Professor from the Finnish government. His works are exhibited all over the world and are part of the collections of many important museums such as: the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and the Metropolitan Museum in New York, and the Corning Museum of Glass. He began his collaboration with Venini in 1988. Sarpaneva believed that glass was extreemly mysterious with its changing all the time. That’s what makes it magical together with the whole process while the glass-smiths apply flame, files and heavy iron scissors to the molten glass as they attempt to achieve the desired forms before it cools. Only a small window of time available in which to shape glass before it solidifies. Perhaps inevitably, after decades of wrestling with this constraint, Sarpaneva’s exploratory inclinations led him to often work with glass that had already set. This bewitching Venini blown handmade glass vase, decorated with coloured bands, designed by Timo Sarpaneva in 1991, features a straight body and funnel shaped neck in black, red, apple green, sapphire and crystal. The multi-coloured corolla of this northern flower, hand-blown by master glass makers, seems to wave gently in space. “Kukinto” is the Finnish word for fluorescence, and the bright vases really do make you think of colourful blossoms. Perfect object for indoor home decor as container or strong statement piece for any room.
 2.490,00  2.240,00

Venini “Yemen” Vase

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Venini Yemen mouth-blown and hand-crafted Murano glass Vase, gift-wrapped. 1 pc – Ø 25 cm, h 30 cm (9.84"D - 11.81"H) Yemen is a vase designed by Ettore Sottsass for Venini. Numbered edition. Hand blow glass. Different shapes reflect one in the other, like magical memories of distant lands. In “Yemen”, emotion takes precedence over function. Handmade. Signed at base. Murano glass. Wipe clean with soft dry cloth. Made in Italy. read more...
The Venini Yemen Vase was designed by Ettore Sottsass in 1994, the Italian-Austrian artist whose storied career touched everything from furniture to typewriters. Sottsass sought inspiration during his numerous travels around the world. The photos would be of architecture, houses, doors, people and situations involving dwellings and, in more general terms, the presence of humans on the planet which he then transposed into his works of art. The Venini hand blow glass vase with its different geometric shapes, circular shaped body and triangular neck and base reflect one in the other, like magical memories of distant lands. In “Yemen” vase, emotion takes precedence over function. Sottsass’s glass masterpieces are always complex organisms, designed as if they were characters. The artist-architect shatters the technical boundaries of the objects using different materials, in this case glass, bringing them to life. They are beings made of many elements that create a lively yet imaginary world emphasized by quirky colours and childlike forms. The technique used is Opal overlapping transparent coral red, milk-white, black and light green colours to the Milk-white one. Perfect for indoor home decor as container or strong statement piece.
 1.950,00  1.755,00

Venini “Geacolor” Vase

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Venini Geacolor Vase in mouth-blown and hand-crafted multicolor Murano glass, gift-wrapped. 1 pc – Ø 30 cm (11.81"D) Several multicolored, blown glass layers are joined together in the geacolor technique, creating an abstract decorative piece that is both visually captivating and expertly crafted. read more...
The techniques of transparency reflect the elegance and the quality of the « Made in Italy » mark, with an immediately recognisable design. With these techniques, the master-glassblowers give life to the most fantastic creations, touching objects of glass art with enthralling nuances of light. Geocolour is an iconic example. The technique used is mould-blowing, an alternative to free blowing, where the globe of molten glass is placed on the end of the blow pipe, and is then inflated into a carved mould. In that way, the shape and the texture of the bubble of glass is determined by the design on the interior of the mould rather than the skill of the glassworker. This beautiful Venini Glass vase is comprised of multiple blown glass layers of coloured glass built over a clear spherical matrix creating an abstract decorative piece that is both visually captivating and expertly crafted. The designer is Gae Aulenti, one of the most celebrated Italian architects and was launched into production by Venini in 1996. Gae Aulenti embraced a precise idea of Italian design, that is, creating products the user may establish both a functional and emotional relationship with: the object therefore has its own value besides its specific effectiveness, capable of engaging and conquering its own users and communicating with them and this is what Gealour precisely does.
 3.650,00  3.285,00
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