LOCATION: Murano, Museo del Vetro
The exhibition celebrates one hundred years of activity of the NasonMoretti glassworks, one of Murano's most original and flourishing businesses. The exhibition opens the archives and shares with the public of the Glass Museum an important history made up of over ten thousand models. From the very beginning, Nason & Moretti chose the art of the table, reinterpreting it according to contemporary formulas with a profoundly modern flair.
The glassware has become a design landmark since the 1950s, when the Lidia cups won the Compasso d'oro and its presence at the Venice Biennale began. The exhibition will give an account of the most successful objects created by the furnace and collaborations with some of the most important names in design and architecture, without neglecting a section devoted to current events.