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Simone Crestani

Lamp worker

Simone Crestani started working glass at the age of 15. After a ten-year apprenticeship in Lunardon’s factory, he opened his own studio. An introspective and self-taught artisan, Simone has over the years combined lessons learnt and experiences gained to push glassworking beyond traditional boundaries. Simone goes beyond traditional techniques and overcomes limits of shapes and dimensions of hollow spaces. He works glass in a technique that he calls Hollow Sculpture, which allows him to create large-scale pieces without neglecting the smallest detail. Simone combines design and artisanship to produce innovative and exclusive sculptural pieces. Simone’s innovative glassworking techniques are recognised and appreciated around the world.

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