A Group Of International Designers Create The Da Vetro Collection

 - Mar 27, 2018
References: pleasedonotenter & design-milk
A group of young designers from Italy's Fabrica Research Center designed the Da Vetro dollection for PLEASE DO NOT ENTER. The Da Vetro collection is a limited edition range of glass vessels including vases, carafes, and containers. The unique pieces draw inspiration from the movement, gesture, postures, and scale of human beings. The range of glass vessels is comprised of a total of eight pieces that were all hand-blown in Italy but Massimo Lunardon. The exclusive pieces are limited to only 30 created for each of the eight designs.

The 308 is designed by Lukas Valiauga and has a futuristic look -- it is actually a sand timer that counts down to Martian five minutes. Elena Bompani designed the Slipped My Mind vase with parts shaped like a face or a bust. Guglielmo Brambilla designed the Corolla, which has a cylinder and a cone, made to hold a single flower. The Lorea by Ainhoa Garmenia is a vase with smaller vessels for growth or hold more flowers. There is also Jo-Chieh Huang's Little Flower Lab, the Organicum by Silvia Matias, M Wingren's Wealth Distribution, and Myungsik Jang's Cuddle vase that represents a mother and child embracing.