Venini Where Are My Glasses crystal vase by Ron Arad (2018) – 777.50

It is a very original work by the famous Israeli architect, designer and professor Ron Arad

Aquamarine, Red and Grass Green with hints of Crystal. Placed at the base of a rounded glass shape are the glasses, as if they had just slipped down its nose. Sketches, models, renders and iron frames. The master glassblowers can finally blow molten glass into the glasses, creating a work that goes beyond imagination

Born in Tel Aviv in 1951, Ron Arad attended the Academy of Art in Jerusalem and then the Architectural Association in London. With Caroline Thorman he founded the design and production agency One Off in 1981, which was followed in 1989 by the architecture and design firm Ron Arad Associates. In 2008, the firm Ron Arad Architects followed. From 1994 to 1997, he lectured in Design at the Hochschule in Vienna to then become a professor at the Royal College of Art in London, a position he held until 2009. In 2002 he received the title of Royal Designer for Industry (RDI) in recognition of his “‘sustained excellence in aesthetic and efficient design for industry”. In 2011, he received the London Design Medal and, two years later, was elected as a member of the Royal Academy of Art in London. Due to his constant experimentation with the possibilities offered by materials like steel, aluminium and polyamide, and due to his original re-visitation of the shape and structure of furniture, Ron Arad holds a leading position in contemporary design. In VENINI he is continuing his experimentation with Where are my glasses?

CHF2,017.00

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  • DIAMETER: 26 cm

  • UNIT WEIGHT: 4,1 kg

  • CRYSTAL RED
  • HANDMADE IN ITALY
  • ARTIST: RON ARAD
  • Availability: on request

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