The idea behind this piece was based on the transgression of the traditional way to produce glass in series, always inside of a mould when making shapes. The glass is blown on the top of the mould. This action allows repetition, however the craftsman’s gesture is identified in each piece in a unique form.
The raw material used is glass. It doesn’t contain quicksilver in its composition, it’s recyclable and uses an electric oven, without CO2 burning. The result is a unique piece where weight, lightness and transparency act together.