The Crystal Ball sculpture collection, as the name suggests, links the fragility of glass to the memory of a childhood game, the magical soap bubbles that were a cult in the 90s, hence the name of the collection.

Depth
18cm
Feet
Felt Pad Black
Finishing Structure
113 Bleached Ash
Height
33cm
Sphere Configuration
Big Transparent
Width
18cm
Year
2013

The idea of the game, of the lightness, finds the child in these parts where the small bases in solid ash wood, sustain the great spheres of Pyrex, thus being to create a visual imbalance between fullness and emptiness, between fragility and strength. These spheres are the result of the antique art of Glass Makers. Any surface bumps and differences in colour must therefore be considered qualities.

Product Description: Vase structure in massive ash wood massive with a metal frame inside.

Spheres: Coloured Borosilicate Glass.

Sphere Finishings: Fixed olour combinations for vase type.

Note: These spheres are the result of the antique art of Glass Makers. Any surface bumps and differences in colour must therefore be considered qualities.


Matteo Zorzenoni

Matteo Zorzenoni was born in Treviso in 1978. He is one of the most promising Italian designers thanks to his style, remarkable for the continuous study of the materials and for being able to unlock their unexpected potential, thus creating glasses made of concrete, glass structures, liquid metal tables. His projects have been showcased in some of the most important exhibitions worldwide including: Maxxi in Rome, Triennale di Milano, London Design Festival, Centre Pompidou and the Biennale of Architecture in Venice. After a long experience as a consultant for Fabrica (since 2006), now he’s working alongside Jaime Hayon heading the Italian branch of the studio. At the same time, he is still researching into the world of high-quality craftsmanship and for the creation of new projects for clients such as Cappellini, Mercedes Benz, Replay, Alcantara, Benetton, Bosa, Miniforms, Somethingood, Agusta Westland.


Cappellini faced the new millennium inextricably linked to the world of images, exploration and research.