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Full Moon NasonMoretti table lamp

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Full Moon NasonMoretti table lamp

design / NasonMoretti – Carlo Nason

texture / balloton – color / gray

h. 35 Ø 24

832,00 420,00

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The Full Moon lamp is reminiscent of the unattainable beauty of the full moon thanks to its convex shape and shine.

Design: Carlo Nason:

Born in Murano in 1935, he grew up attending the master glassmakers who work in the family furnace. His culture appropriates the most refined techniques of the island’s glassmaking tradition. More than fifty years of association with this material have earned him a great deal of experience, so much so as to push him to turn his attention to modern design. His glass was chosen to be exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and at the Galleries Difference in Paris.

Nasonmoretti was born unofficially in 1923, in a great period of great ferment of the Italian figurative arts. He was immediately at the forefront of emerging artistic trends, with the creation of vases and glasses, which became the undisputed reference point for the “art of the table” of Venice.

THE VICTORY OF THE GOLDEN COMPASS

NasonMoretti’s fame spread nationally and internationally during the fifties when he devoted himself to the creation of a series of goblets and glasses in at least six different colors, in the period called in the company Harlequin. It was, however, in 1955 that the official awards arrived. In fact, the company won the Compasso d’Oro award, which has only reached its second edition. The products in the competition are an idea of Umberto Nason who, with a formidable intuition, decided to apply the technique of inverted coated glass (coloured inside and milk-white outside) on simple shapes, almost of Nordic inspiration, in a period in which Murano production is characterized by Baroque models. Objects of unparalleled elegance thus come to life and continue to be successful, precisely because they are relevant in every age, from 1955 to the present day.

 

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