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  • Tealight Holder Fusa - Glass, Orange, Luca Nichetto | Svenskt Tenn
  • Tealight Holder Fusa - Glass, Orange, Luca Nichetto | Svenskt Tenn

Tealight Holder Fusa Glass, Orange

460 USD (incl. VAT)

The colourful Fusa candle lantern in Murano glass was created exclusively for Svenskt Tenn by designer Luca Nichetto. His inspiration sprung from Josef Frank’s Terrazzo textile print, where the striking stone formations formed the basis for Nichetto’s original glass form. To attain all of the colours he needed, he used the colour dye that was left over from different glass manufacturers in Murano. Instead of going to waste, these colours have been processed, refined and reused. All of the items in the collection are handmade at the NasonMoretti glassworks, founded in Murano in 1923.

  •  Orange

    Colour: Orange

  • Material: Glass

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  • Product information

    The colourful Fusa candle lantern in Murano glass was created exclusively for Svenskt Tenn by designer Luca Nichetto. His inspiration sprung from Josef Frank’s Terrazzo textile print, where the striking stone formations formed the basis for Nichetto’s original glass form. To attain all of the colours he needed, he used the colour dye that was left over from different glass manufacturers in Murano. Instead of going to waste, these colours have been processed, refined and reused. All of the items in the collection are handmade at the NasonMoretti glassworks, founded in Murano in 1923.

    Art nr: 109491

    Design: Luca Nichetto
    Material: Glass/brass
    Height: 17 cm
    Diameter: 16 cm

  • Designer: Luca Nichetto

    Luca Nichetto was born on the small island of Murano in 1976. He began his studies at Venice’s Istituto Statale d'Arte, before moving on to the Università Iuav di Venezia (IUAV), where he studied industrial design. Nichetto graduated in 1998, and since then has worked for the renowned glassmaker Salviati and lighting company Foscarini, among others. In 2006, Luca Nichetto founded his eponymous studio in Venice and since 2011 he has been working and living in Stockholm. Over the years Nichetto has, among other things, lectured as a professor of design and served on the juries of international design competitions. His work is represented all over the world and he has received numerous international design prizes.

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