Ripple

Ripple

Ripple

Editions
Limited Edition of 50

Aquamarine with white filigrana
Dimensions
H 46.00 cm   W 40.00 cm  
Material
Glass
Price
POA

Internationally renowned studio, comprising Jane Dillon and Tom Grieves whose work is produced by Cassina, Herman Miller and Habitat. Dillon originally worked for Ettore Sottsass at Olivetti, subsequently setting up her studio in London and gaining a reputation for innovative office seating, and working with revolutionary materials. She is currently a lecturer at the RCA.

‘The experience of being at Murano can only be likened possibly to the experience of the composer hearing their music being interpreted for the first time. To have the opportunity to break out from our usual approach to design with all its constraints when involved with mass production and to be able to focus on the hands skills of craftsmen and the material itself was truly liberating. Working with the Master craftsman at Salviati was the most exciting collaboration imaginable.

'Muso' is the term used in connection with the Buddhist idea of unchanging formlessness behind all phenomena.There are two types of pieces in our collection. The ones that use Zanfirico are called Sviluppo and the others using Filigrana are called Ripple.

We took a long and hard look at the traditional Murano techniques of Zanfirico and optic blown Filigrana, and used these to express the fluidity, weight and volume of our asymmetrical forms, working away from applied decoration to an integrated solution between tradition, craft, material and modernity.

Internationally renowned studio, comprising Jane Dillon and Tom Grieves whose work is produced by Cassina, Herman Miller and Habitat. Dillon originally worked for Ettore Sottsass at Olivetti, subsequently setting up her studio in London and gaining a reputation for innovative office seating, and working with revolutionary materials. She is currently a lecturer at the RCA.

‘The experience of being at Murano can only be likened possibly to the experience of the composer hearing their music being interpreted for the first time. To have the opportunity to break out from our usual approach to design with all its constraints when involved with mass production and to be able to focus on the hands skills of craftsmen and the material itself was truly liberating. Working with the Master craftsman at Salviati was the most exciting collaboration imaginable.

'Muso' is the term used in connection with the Buddhist idea of unchanging formlessness behind all phenomena.There are two types of pieces in our collection. The ones that use Zanfirico are called Sviluppo and the others using Filigrana are called Ripple.

We took a long and hard look at the traditional Murano techniques of Zanfirico and optic blown Filigrana, and used these to express the fluidity, weight and volume of our asymmetrical forms, working away from applied decoration to an integrated solution between tradition, craft, material and modernity.

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