The glass table trays made in Murano by Maestro Claudio Tiozzo develop an original formal research evoking organic concepts although they avoid all predominance of decorative elements.
Created by melting a hand-crafted white, black, or two-toned glass slab on a discontinuous surface created by the juxtaposition of hemispherical surfaces placed at different heights from the horizontal plane, the tray assumes an organic configuration resulting from the counter-mould. The glass of the fruit bowl/flower vase is treated to offer different tactile and visual effects: it is shiny in the concave parts and opaque on the base support.
Glass slab, Murano. White, black, two-toned; matte and glossy
Vico Magistretti, Cleto Munari, A tutto tondo, Lavis (TN), Arca edizione 2004