VITTORIO BENVENUTO - Invention with Glass

  • VITTORIO BENVENUTO - Invention with Glass
  • VITTORIO BENVENUTO - Invention with Glass
  • VITTORIO BENVENUTO - Invention with Glass
  • VITTORIO BENVENUTO - Invention with Glass
  • VITTORIO BENVENUTO - Invention with Glass

Energitismo Insight

Every artist seeks an inner self to portray. Glassmaker Vittorio Benvenuto sought himself in yoga and meditation? How has this period with his master impacted on his work? The outcome is what all internal designers and architects seek: a person technically prepared, eager to challenge his knowledge to put himself in the service of others. Vittorio has learned and become expert in the techniques of glass processing, working in the service of architects and interior designers. His curiosity led him to become an expert in techniques now abandoned such as the Tubage, much used before the Second World War when the cost of labor was cheap and raw materials not. In order to understand his motives, technical creativity and his deep love for glass, which lead him to accept the greatest technological challenges, we visited his laboratory. Here we were guided through a sensory labyrinth (TINAS - This Is Not A Showroom) that led us to experience the nature of glass and the forms of creative craftsmanship that man has developed over the years to shape this material and to create elegant and refined objects that convey well-being to the people.

The Creator



Vittorio learned the craft of glass processing from his father but his desire to create elevated it to a higher level making great novelty available to designers and architects.

To understand his humble approach, that is essential to be able to work with other creative people, you have to enter into direct contact with Vittorio at his laboratory. Here you will understand how his yoga and long periods of meditation have contributed to his mastery of glass craftsmanship with a special love for his work.

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The name Treviso either comes from the Celtic "Tarvos" or arose from the distant Illyrian. What is certain is that its history has been characterized by changes of power for long times. These reversals have led to a magnificent old town of churches and palaces.

If in the 1200s it became known for its "joyful and loving brand", the military turbulence so distressed the population that, in 1389, they took the historic decision to ally themselves to Venice. Since then, the two cities have shared joys and sorrows, and jointly contributed to the beauty of this part of Italy.

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