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The Salvadore experience

Davide Salvadore represents the 11th generation of Murano glassworkers, his family's roots in the craft date back to the 1700s. A tour of his atelier is a special experience: participants will be taken on a technical and artistic path to discover his ties to the Murano glass culture and at the same time its vital and creative connection to the present. At the furnace, visitors – guided by a staff member – will see glass masters at work with various styles and techniques, both classic and contemporary. The furnace offers a broad overview of the glass craft today: filigree, cane and murine techniques, cold work and sculpting.

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Davide Salvadore

Glass sculpting

The artisan who plays with fireFrom one of the most important families (the Trippa) employed in glass art since the 17th century, Davide Salvadore was at a tender age when he started learning this millennia-old craft, a craft that is far from simple and requires deep knowledge. Davide was privileged to have his beloved grandfather as his teacher, a man with a strong personality who left a very deep mark on his grandson's life and education. Today, working alongside his own two sons, Davide takes a different approach: he gives advice only on request: because working with your family is anything but simple.

Audio guide

Audio guide

A free audio guide, available to stream from 10 April to 1 May, will enhance your experience of Homo Faber in Citta. Discover more about Venice, its crafts workshops and its heritage as a city of craftsmanship, to complement your personal tour.


Where you'll be

Address Fondamenta da Mula 148,
30141, Murano

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Things to know

  •   Guest requirements

    Please stay informed about the latest Covid safety requirements in Venice and comply with any requests from the venues you visit, to ensure the safety of yourself and the participating artisans.

  •   When to arrive

    Make sure you arrive on time at each venue (although no more than ten minutes early), to make the most of your experience and the artisan’s time. Please call the venue ahead of time if you are likely to be late.

  •   Cancellation policy

    Please let us know if you wish to cancel your booking so that we may offer the opportunity to another visitor. Cancel or rebook directly on your account or via your confirmation or reminder email. If cancelling on the day of your event, kindly inform the venue by telephone.