Venini - Yemen
The Yemen vessel is a masterpiece of the Italian design signed Ettore Sottsass for Venini. A vase in blown Murano glass, worked entirely by hand in Italy. The Yemen vessel is made with the intercourse technique, ie the overlap of different colored layers.
This vessel has an extraordinary elegance and an innovative chromatic combination with black, greenish, overall and coral color.
Ettore Sottsass - Prizes and awards
-Premium 1959 gold compass for the electronic calculator Elea for Olivetti
-Premium 1970 gold compass for the electronic computer G 170 for Honeywell with D.L. Higgins and J. L. Monk
-Premium 1970 gold compass for the MC 19 electric addition with Hans von Klier for Olivetti
-Premy 1989 gold compass for the new Milan cutlery service for Alessi
-Premio Red Dot Design Award 2007 for the "Five Stars" cutlery service and the "Bon Appetit" non-stick pan for Serafino Zani
-The huge phone, designed by Ettore Sottsass for Brondi (1986) is part of the Permanent Moma collection of New York.
Dimensions: Max diameter 25 cm, height 30 cm
Casabella Milano - official retailer Venini Milan