Lasvit: "Via Lucis" for Palazzo Serbelloni
published on: 19 aprile 2016
LASVIT last week presented “Via Lucis”, a journey through unique and contemporary projects enhanced by the experience and skills of master glassmakers. The presentation took place at the Sale Napoleoniche of Palazzo Serbelloni, where Napoleone Bonaparte resided during his stay in Milan. The precious Bohemian crystal chandeliers created for him, find today their ancient splendor thanks to LASVIT’s restoration, along with the strong commitment of Fondazione Serbelloni’s team. Past meets the future in this setting where renowned names such as Andre Fu, Moritz Waldemeyer and Maurizio Galante, alongside Czech legends and young designers, reinterpret the Neoclassical taste of chandeliers with a contemporary twist by combining Czech glassmakers’ artisanal know-how and craftsmanship. For the Salone del Mobile, major designers, including Daniel Libeskind, the Campana Brothers and Arik Levy, continued their collaboration with LASVIT reinterpreting their past collections, focusing on the theme art de la table with extraordinary glass objects and tableware. LASVIT is also proud to pay homage to one of Czech greatest visionaries, presenting champagne cooler by Jan Kaplicky. In addition, LASVIT premieres a dynamic lighting sculpture Intergalactic created by internal designers Petra Krausova and Libor Sostak.
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