COLLECTIONS

The Salviati Collections

Salviati’s collections interpret Murano glass in a perfect combination of shapes and transparencies, of tradition and innovative design, declined in an elegant fragility that is merely apparent. This is the soul of the Salviati collections. A thoughtful mix of precious materials, colours and geometries.

Elegance and design are perfectly intertwined in fine interior design, from unique objects to illuminating atmospheres, environments and projects.

DECORATIVE OBJECTS

Created by most well-known designers who have interpreted Salviati style from the 19th century to today.

LIGHTING

Lighting finds a new language in a continuous interaction of reflections and refractions.

BARWARE

Goblets and glasses with sophisticated grindings that embellish the Salviati crystal collection.

TABLEWARE

Tableware according to Salviati: glasses, carafes and flutes with a sophisticated design to embellish everyday life.

The selection of the month

Every month, a selection of articles chosen to inspire – from decorative objects, lighting to tableware.

SALVIATI AND ITS DESIGNERS

Christian Ghion

With a multidisciplinary background, Christian Ghion is a designer, set designer and interior designer. The list of his productions goes from Cappellini to Driade, Neotu to Sawaya & Moroni. His work can be seen in Paris at the V.I.A, Cartier Foundation, Museum of Decorative Arts, and Georges Pompidou Museum, as [...]

Norberto Moretti

Born in Venice in 1961, Norberto Moretti studied Fine Arts and started working in Murano at Alfredo Barbini’s furnace in 1977. In 1982 he started his training as a decorator at the Guglielmo Sent workshop, first, and S.A.L.I.R., later, where he learned a range of techniques including enamel and gold [...]

Alberto Lago

Born in Bassano del Grappa in 1982, Alberto Lago is a multidisciplinary designer, with interests that go from design to graphic, till food design. His professional background range from architecture, engineering, carpentry and design, thanks to the studies and the work experiences carried out in USA, Germany, Scotland and Italy. [...]

Giancarlo Porti

Graduated in Architecture in Pescara, Italy, in 1984, Giancarlo worked in interior, architecture, product design, but has also explored disciplines like painting and photography. He defines himself “architect and craftsman”, and he found in Salviati the right company to express – through glass and the finest techniques of making – [...]

Federico Peri

Federico Peri was born in 1983 in the province of Treviso, Italy. After receiving his degree in Interior Design at IED Milan, he moved to Paris; This period, filled with international influences, gave rise to his professional growth, impassioned by the great masters of design defining his main interest as [...]

Sergio Asti

An influential Italian architect, industrial designer and interior designer, Sergio Asti established his studio in Milan in 1953, after graduating from the Politecnico di Milano. Asti has designed furniture, lighting, appliances, interiors, stores and exhibitions for a variety of prestigious international companies and clients. His work has been exhibited widely [...]

Luca Nichetto

Luca Nichetto was born in 1976 in Venice. He graduated in industrial design at the University of Architecture and Design in Venice (IUAV) in 1998. Nichetto began his professional career in 1999 when designed his first object for Salviati. Later he became a product designer and consultant for Foscarini lighting. [...]

Davide Bruno

Davide Bruno, Architect and Designer. Ph.D. in Engineering since 1995. Professor at Politecnico of Milan – Design Branch. In 2001 he wins the award “Gold Compass” as far as the Politecnico project “Agenzia SDI” (Italian Design System) is concerned. He is a Member of the Patents Commission of the Politecnico [...]

Renzo Stellon

Renzo Stellon was born in Murano in 1943 from a family of glassmakers. He studied at the Venice School of Art and trained at his father’s glass factory in Murano, Venice. In 1997 he became production manager at Salviati, where he also worked as a consultant and designer, contributing to [...]

Luciano Gaspari

Born in Venice from a family of artists, he started his career as a painter in the 30s, to join the Spatialism art movement in 1951. Between 1955 and 1968 he worked as art director for Salviati contributing creating a fundamental part of the company’s collection. In 1959, he initiated [...]

Maria Christina Hamel

Born in New Delhi in 1958, she spent her childhood in India, Thailand and Austria. In 1973 she moved to Milan, in 1979 graduated at the Scuola Politecnica di Design. In Milan, she worked with Ugo La Pietra and Ambrogio Rossari. Between 1981 and 1992 she collaborated with Alessandro Mendini, [...]

de Allegri & Fogale

Founded in London in 2014, design studio de Allegri and Fogale works across multiple disciplines on projects ranging from industrial products and bespoke commissions to interiors and installations. Cofounders and designers Laetitia de Allegri (born in Lausanne, Switzerland in 1981) and Matteo Fogale (born in Montevideo, Uruguay in 1984) are [...]

Berit Johansson

She attended the Bernby Artist School in 1963 and the School of Art Metal & Industrial Design (HKS) from 1964 to 1969. In 1985 she founded Art Design AB together with Jan Johansson.

Studio Dillon

Internationally renowned studio, comprising Jane Dillon and Tom Grieves whose work is produced by Cassina, Herman Miller and Habitat. Jane Dillon originally worked for Ettore Sottsass at Olivetti, subsequently setting up her studio in London in 1972 and gaining a reputation for innovative office seating, and working with revolutionary materials. [...]

Anna Gili

Born in Orvieto (Italy), she graduated at the I.S.I.A of Florence in 1984. At the Milan Triennale in 1985 she took part in the exhibition “Elective Affinities”. She displayed her work in a large number of design exhibits in Italy and abroad. In 1989 she opened a professional studio in [...]