The brand's proposals, strictly in red, to dress up the Christmas festivities in a meeting of contemporary design and tradition

Last Christmas, Italians spent around EUR 300 per head on festive-themed gifts. Food and beverages, particularly made in Italy and premium products, proved to be a security. Books and travel grew, electronics slowed down. Household products were in high demand and will remain so in the 2023 festive season.

Venini offers a series of pieces that go beyond the mere commercial aspect, the pure and simple purpose of use, always revealing the specific weight of the work, the expression of a history and a civilisation. That of design, which always remains a place for research, innovation and creativity.

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Red total look for Venini

With the arrival of the festive season, Venini is preparing to brighten up the home with decoration proposals designed to create a special atmosphere. A total look that tinges the rooms with red reflections through the brand's glass works, forged according to the most exclusive techniques of the Murano tradition.

From the Narciso centrepiece...

Venini's mise en place is enriched with Narciso, the centrepiece born from the skill of Murano's master glassmakers, capable of creating unmistakable objects of design and quality. The centrepiece is embellished by the floral shape with soft and enveloping lines, creating a magical atmosphere.

...to the Fazzoletto vase

Design by Fulvio Bianconi and Paolo Venini (1948), the iconic Fazzoletto vase is among the first works designed by artist and designer Fulvio Bianconi for Venini. It owes its profile to the "flying hand technique", from which it derives the extension of its name: the gesture of the master glassblowers that imprints on the blown glass a light drape, the memory of a fabric lifted by the breeze. A gesture that through the material becomes art, magic, poetry.

And then the lamps: from Balloton Luce...

Characterised by a cross-relief effect, the lamps in the Balloton by Venini collection owe their name to the technique used to make them. During hot working, the master blows the glass into a metal mould, the inside of which is studded with pyramid-shaped points: the material, filling the void, is moulded with this particular texture. Touch-dimmable LED technology creates the atmosphere for every occasion. Available in the colours Ginkgo Biloba, Grape, Red, Aquamarine, Crystal.

... to Deco Luce...

The Deco Luce lamp transforms a historic Venini product into a source of light: designed in 1930 by Napoleone Martinuzzi, the Deco vase is renewed and becomes a rechargeable battery-operated table lamp, combining the elegance of the past with the convenience of the present. A table lamp that offers different lighting intensities thanks to dimmable LED technology. Available in the colours Ginkgo Biloba, Grape, Red, Aquamarine, Crystal.

... to Fantasmino

The Fantasmino table lamp collection is born from the processing of glass that gives the object a perception of light movement, as if it were suspended in space. An iconic silhouette that comes from an archive prototype and brings a playful touch to living spaces. The paricular relationship between light and material that characterises the Venini glassworks returns in this line of lighting, with table proposals that rework the age-old technique of opaline glass in an evocative way.