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Made of glass and completely handmade. A unique work where the artisan tradition and the contemporary forms interact intimately. The classic themes belonging to the Venetian history are reinterpreted through the ancient Murano glass blowing techniques, resulting in a unique collection with an elegant and refined design created by the sculptor and designer Luca Cavalca.

San Marco Collection / Dark Blue Murano Glass and Golden Silver Decoration, hand made, signed by Archimede Seguso Artistic Glassware in Murano. Unique piece.

Blanche Satin Gondola. Unique piece.
Crystal Gondola. Unique piece.
Acquamarina Gondola. Unique piece.
Turquoise satin Gondola. Unique piece.

Luca Cavalca sculptor and designer

Born in Milan in 1971, he attended the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan in the sculpture course, at the same time he specialized in art therapy.
He lives and works between Milan and the Ligurian/Piedmontese hinterland, where he moved a few years ago. He has always been active as a sculptor and creative in the world of design and fashion.
His works are kept in important private collections, in public places and places of worship throughout the national territory. He has exhibited in collective and personal exhibitions at an international level. He has worked for some of the most important Italian furniture and fashion companies.

The Master Glassmaker ARCHIMEDE SEGUSO in Murano

The Archimede Seguso Artistic Glassware was founded in 1946 by Archimede Seguso (1909 – 1999), the greatest glass master of the 1900s, after leaving the family factory. The Segusos have been working glass on the island of Murano since 1350. Archimede begins to work on this precious material from the age of 11, following his passion and learning from his father Antonio and from the Masters with whom he collaborated. In 1936 he participated in the Venice Biennale. In the following years he made himself known to the general public for the skill, genius and innovation he gave to the world of Murano glass. The foundation of his Artistic Glassware gave him complete artistic independence. From the 1950s onwards, he “conquered” Italy with his chandeliers and with the new processing techniques he invented, such as “lace” and “feathers”. His wonderful creations are exhibited in museums all over the world: Metropolitan in New York, Victoria & Albert Museum in London, Ca’ Pesaro in Venice, Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas in Madrid, and many others. The Archimede Seguso Artistic Glassware has continued its activity always in the style of its founding Master; it also preserves many of its historical pieces, of great interest to collectors: beautiful chandeliers, vases, cups, sculptures, table furnishings, bathroom furnishings, Christmas decorations, mirrors.