Finishing

Fiammante

The sophistication of decorated glass. Made in Italy

Arte Veneziana, for over fifty years, committed to pursuing the excellence of Made in Italy craftsmanship, wanted to give free rein to the imagination and creativity of its designers and craftsmen. That’s how the finishing section is born. It tells about accurate studies with color and combinations between traditional and new materials told in a new and contemporary way.

A painted glass wall covering reminds us of a hilly landscape of the beautiful Tuscany or a screen engraved with a pen and colored makes us dive to discover a seabed. Each finish can be applied in a thousand different ways. With the mirrored and painted or engraved and decorated glass you can furnish a wall, or cover a madia or decorate the doors of a custom closet or even apply the decoration to coffee tables or nightstands and even chandeliers with modern taste.

Contemporary finishing Fiammante

Handmade engraving

by Leo De Carlo

Inspiration

The elegance of black applied to the glass. That’s Casa Maiolini, a luxury villa in Franciacorta. Glossy engravings with Fiammante motif, combined with mirror surfaces embellish wardrobes, tables and consoles. The result is Furniture with timeless elegance.


Materials

Black glass with hand made silvered engravings.

Technical Details

Dimensions: custom to specification

Code: Fiammante

Made in Italy

I need a Fiammante finishing

LEO DE CARLO / DESIGNER

Product Designer

Leo De Carlo

Venezia

Leo De Carlo was born in Venice in 1972. He graduated in Industrial Design from the Milan Polytechnic in 1998. He worked for Philippe Starck in Paris from 1999 to 2003, handling furnishing, lighting, electronics and interiors projects.

He returned to Italy in 2003 and went into business on his own. He currently lives and works in Venice.

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