SALVONI

SALVONI
Once in Venice to study architecture, this versatile artist is captivated by the beauty of the city and attracted by Murano glass. He becomes then one of the most brilliant performers of this material, whose refined lightness admirably exalts poetry and magic through his creations.   From necklaces to lamps, up to shawls   His initial production was based on huge and very heavy necklaces, later transformed into decorative objects to hang onthe wall. As a result, the subsequent production of candle lanterns and glass lamps inspired him over time to develop hischaracteristic large glass shawls.The light of his creations, whether natural or electric, illuminates today the most beautiful houses in the world thanks tohis unique, entirely handmade pieces. Being a great interpreter of Made in Italy, he manages to make every environmentspecial thanks to his works, whose delicate shapes are cut and assembled by hand in infinite shades of colour.His research, carried out within his study-workshop in the Brescia area, was also directed over time towards lighter andmore natural materials such as paper, bamboo and willow. Since 2013, his passion for sculpture has been evolvingthanks to his first works that immediately received great success.

SALVONI

Once in Venice to study architecture, this versatile artist is captivated by the beauty of the city and attracted by Murano glass. He becomes then one of the most brilliant performers of this material, whose refined lightness admirably exalts poetry and magic through his creations.

 

From necklaces to lamps, up to shawls

 

His initial production was based on huge and very heavy necklaces, later transformed into decorative objects to hang on
the wall. As a result, the subsequent production of candle lanterns and glass lamps inspired him over time to develop his
characteristic large glass shawls.
The light of his creations, whether natural or electric, illuminates today the most beautiful houses in the world thanks to
his unique, entirely handmade pieces. Being a great interpreter of Made in Italy, he manages to make every environment
special thanks to his works, whose delicate shapes are cut and assembled by hand in infinite shades of colour.
His research, carried out within his study-workshop in the Brescia area, was also directed over time towards lighter and
more natural materials such as paper, bamboo and willow. Since 2013, his passion for sculpture has been evolving
thanks to his first works that immediately received great success.