The Venice Glass Week – Until November 24th Rhythmus H2O at Bauer Palazzo, the designer Simona Favrin and the glass master Nicola Moretti together in Venice

Also in 2019 Forme d'Acqua takes part in The Venice Glass Week with a new project at the Hotel Bauer Venice, which links the world of art glass to water: Rhythmus H20, created in collaboration with the designer Simona M. Favrin and the glassmaker Maestro Nicola Moretti.

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Home automation: the fundamentals

Home automation is the application of information technology to human living in the daily housing context; to take advantage of technology to improve the way we live in our homes.

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The Venice Glass Week 2019 – Forme d’Acqua at Bauer Palazzo with Rhythmus H2O

New participation of Forme d’Acqua at The Venice Glass Week, which this year will take place next 7 to 15 September. The event was presented today at the press conference

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Controcorrente at the Bauer Hotel – Venice

After the great success at the last edition of The Venice Glass Week, the prestigious Hotel Bauer in Venice is exhibiting Controcorrente, the work created by Forme d’Acqua in collaboration

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Forme d’Acqua at The Venice Glass Week 2018

Forme d'Acqua will participate at the second edition of The Venice Glass Week with two projects: Luxury, designed by Simona Favrin, and CONTROCORRENTE, with the collaboration of Murano Glass Master Nicola Moretti

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Light Blowing, new light to glass

This exhibition, curated by Samantha Punis and Ilaria Ruggiero, focuses on Light and Glass and has been able to connect ancient and modern in a very spontaneous way, creating a captivating atmosphere. In the halls, glass is the main character, occupying the scene with its modern, sophisticated and bold lines, telling the new glimpse of the world of lighting.

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The Venice Glass Week – The Glass, the “Resistant” Wizards and the Symphony of Contemporary Art

VENICE – On Thursday, September 7, at Palazzo Franchetti, a press conference was held with the presentation of the definitive program of The Venice Glass Week, the first festival dedicated

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