I asked Massimo for a glass which would hold water without taking away its freedom, to be able to have it alive on the tables of the Riviera.
A form which could leave it free, as water knows how to be, slipping through our fingers when we try to scoop it into our hands.
Free forms which could keep it alive, as when it dancingly reflects from the waterways upon the walls of the City.
Massimo has caught several of these forms, and we have chosen two.
I asked Massimo for a glass which would hold water.
He has given me space, a pathway to the soul.
Between the fingers
The fascination with their father’s work and the strong bond with their native city, Venice, inspired the two sisters to experiment first hand with this ancient craftsmanship and its infinite creative possibilities.
Each piece in the collection is unique, hand blown in Murano in collaboration with skilled artisans and finished with techniques that transform the surface and the perception of glass.
All differing in colour, shape, size and finish, vases and glasses are conceived as decorative objects which can be mixed and matched in multiple variations and serve as vessels in diverse settings.
the orientals can say the vacuum,
that ocean of possibilities,
the place without boundaries where the every things intimate voices waft...
that world of visions that must spring out of appearance,
unstoppable breath of reality...
that reality that passing by the form of his specific body,
pulsates with an energy coming from the neverending intimate abyss
Light Design: Fabrice Kebour
His career began in New York where he developed his skills designing numerous productions as well as assisting established professionals.