An immersion in the gold and transparent world of luxury mosaic art.
Serena Luxury Mosaic was part of the mise en scène of the Luxury Gallery during the recent Cannes Yachting Festival. The representative of Luxury Art Made in Italy has chosen the biggest yachting event in Europe to unveil its new collection with Murano blown glass and mosaic art with gold leaf.
The brand blends its Venetian heritage of Murano blown glass with eternal preciousness of gold and artistic mosaic.
“It is looking at the objects we find the innovation given by the union of these two unusual elements, and the tradition of the daily celebrating the art of luxury,” says Serena Luxury Mosaic team of artisans.
Murano’s reputation as a center for glassmaking was born when the Venetian Republic, fearing fire and the destruction of the city’s mostly wooden buildings, ordered glassmakers to move their foundries to Murano in 1291. Murano glass is still associated with Venetian glass.
For the first time in the history of art the two most precious forms of the same fluid material, glass, meet together creating unique artworks that range from lighting elements to home furnishings. Each piece arises from the artistic sensitivity of the founder, Michelangelo Serena, who draws by hand the designs and follows the blown glass creations in the prestigious Seguso Gianni glass factory in Murano, Italy. The objects are completed at the laboratory located in Spilimbergo , in which Michelangelo and his father Alessandro apply the mosaic tiles with the collaboration of talented mosaicists.
The peculiarity of the manufacturing processes and the intrinsic nature of materials ensure that the shape and colour of the blown glass, together with the arrangement and colours of the mosaic, lead to the creation of unique artworks, every time with different details.
Lamps, decorations, glasses, vases, and candle holders take you to a magical place that will connect the interior of the yacht to the sea reflexes.
The wise processing of precious materials makes it possible to reproduce through these objects the creation of lights and shadows that only the reflection of the sun on the water can recreate in nature.