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Carlo Scarpa. Venini 1932–1947 at Rooms for Glass / Selldorf Architects

Carlo Scarpa. Venini 1932–1947 at Rooms for Glass / Selldorf Architects

Selection of our favorite desks and workstations. We build these to order and can customize them in many ways including size.

Chrome Bronx Crank Table

Selection of our favorite desks and workstations. We build these to order and can customize them in many ways including size.

Beautiful pottery - click for more - - 作品・works : 器・UTSUWA&陶芸blog

Beautiful pottery - click for more - - 作品・works : 器・UTSUWA&陶芸blog

carlo scarpa - venini glas

carlo scarpa - venini glas

Emile Galle was the most important artist pursuing the naturalistic art which could enrich our day-to-day life in various forms and he became the dominant figure among the Art Nouveau movements. Here I intend to visualize his comprehensive artistic vision by showing his products development in main four areas chronologically - Horticulture, Glass making, Wood Furniture making and Ceramic making. He never made a naturalistic spoon however he certainly embraced the same vision on our enriched…

Emile Galle was the most important artist pursuing the naturalistic art which could enrich our day-to-day life in various forms and he became the dominant figure among the Art Nouveau movements. Here I intend to visualize his comprehensive artistic vision by showing his products development in main four areas chronologically - Horticulture, Glass making, Wood Furniture making and Ceramic making. He never made a naturalistic spoon however he certainly embraced the same vision on our enriched…

A Carlo Scarpa for Venini Corosso a Bugne glass vase designed 1936-38, this example executed circa 1946-65

A Carlo Scarpa for Venini Corosso a Bugne glass vase designed 1936-38, this example executed circa 1946-65

Flavio Poli : Valva vase for Seguso | Sumally (サマリー)

Flavio Poli : Valva vase for Seguso | Sumally (サマリー)

Carlo Scarpa. 'Pasta vitrea' ewer, 1929/30. H. 23.5 cm. Made by M.V.M. Cappellin & C. Black gather, so-called 'pasta vitrea' with fused burst silver foil, iridised. Collar with two applied threads.

Carlo Scarpa. 'Pasta vitrea' ewer, 1929/30. H. 23.5 cm. Made by M.V.M. Cappellin & C. Black gather, so-called 'pasta vitrea' with fused burst silver foil, iridised. Collar with two applied threads.

Glass works by Yoshihiro TAKAHASHI, Japan

Glass works by Yoshihiro TAKAHASHI, Japan

Carlo Scarpa

Carlo Scarpa. Venini 1932–1947 at Rooms for Glass / Selldorf Architects

Carlo Scarpa

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