Massimo Lunardon began his artistic career as glassworker and lampworking art in 1988, after experience gained in glass work and in glassmaking workshop and numerous collaborations with studios, artists, designers and architects. Interacting with different materials and people fueled his desire to experiment and push the traits of glass to their limit – and beyond. Massimo’s ability to grasp the infinite possibilities of glass has resulted in companies and private collectors from diverse sectors calling on him to create original works.
Massimo finds that these multiple encounters have forced him to challenge the technical limits of materials. In recent years, Massimo has also started to share his knowledge with others via glass workshops and courses given in art schools.
His works are created with hand blown borosilicate glass. Since its beginning, Massimon Lunardon Studio has been a meeting point for artists and developing talents. Architects, artists, designers and students have found a place that is open to experimental processes and collaborations. Massimo had the opportunity to share his experiences with people such Jaime Hayon, Andrea Branzi, Michele De Lucchi, Sam Baron and Aldo Cibic, to name but a few.
In Homo Faber 2018, at the “Best of Europe” room, Lundardon had his art piece Tavole a Specchio – Natura Morta being showed. In it, the two glass still lifes made from blown silver–coloured glass are placed on top of a thin sheet of silver-coloured glass. The still lifes are composed of decorative tableware items such as bottles and vases.
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