This hand-blown bright orange pendant was designed by Massimo Vignelli early in his career and executed by Venini Murano, a renowned glass manufacturer. Inspired by an onion (cipolla in Italian), this cipolla pendant boasts an imposing weight and rounded shape that looks like it could have been designed for large walls or ceilings.
Massimo Vignelli was an Italian designer renowned for his modernist glass designs that helped shape the aesthetic landscape of Mid-Century America. As part of Venini Murano's lighting collection, Vignelli created several lighting pieces that continue to reflect his modernist vision.
Vignelli designed a series of lamps for Venini that were featured in their exhibitions at national fairs and the Venice Biennale. He collaborated with many renowned designers such as Carlo Scarpa, Gio Ponti, BBPR, Fulvio Bianconi, and Roberto Menghi.
Venini returned to modernist design in the late twentieth century and experimented with new techniques to create striking forms. These included pasta vitrea (opaque glass), vetro incamiciato (layered glass) and vetro pulegoso (bubble glass).
Vintage Massimo Vignelli blured/white vertical stripes Venini Murano ceiling lamp, Handcrafted in Italy circa 1950s
This stunning mid-century Murano ceiling light is made with blown clear and orange glass, creating a striking piece that is sure to wow anyone who sees it. The double layered glass provides cool and warm lighting effects in any space it illuminates.
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