Doppio Filo VasesRegular price€210,00 Sale price
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Designed by Laura Sattin
Doppio Filo is a collection of vases made by combining two different colors of filigree rods. The linear, oblique pattern is obtained thanks to a refined glass making technique called “mezza filigrana” invented in Murano in the first half of the 16th century and still used by only a few glass masters in Murano. The complex realization of these pieces requires the use of long glass rods previously prepared and containing individual colored glass “threads” in the centre. After being superimposed, intertwined and melted, the rods are wrapped around the molten glass and blown to obtain the desired shape.
Material: Mouth-blown Murano glass vase, handmade combining filigree rods.
Made in Italy
Made to order
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Slight variations may apply due to a handmade production process.
This piece has been designed by Laura Sattin and made in collaboration with skilled glass-blowers on the island of Murano, Italy. The slight variations in shape, subtle tool marks and small air bubbles that can be seen in the glass, all testify to the authenticity of the craftsmanship.
Dimensions: W 80 x D 80 x H 250 mm
Weight: 0.7 kg
Design Year: 2018
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About the designer
Laura Sattin (1989) is an Italian architect and glass designer. Born and raised in Vicenza, Italy, she now lives in Basel, Switzerland. Since 2015, in parallel with her career as an architect, she dedicates herself to the study of glass working techniques and the creation of blown glass objects. Her works, characterised by a careful combination of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary aesthetic, have been shown in several solo and group exhibitions worldwide, such as DesignArt Tokyo, DesignMiami/ Basel, and more.