Italian artisan Daniela Forti uses a unique process to create stunningly Jellyfish Glass Tables

Italian artisan Daniela Forti uses a unique process to create stunningly Jellyfish Glass Tables.

Daniela Forti was born in Rome, where she studied architecture and interior design. When she moved to Tuscany and opened her workshop there, she started collaborating with glassmakers and researching the dualism between light and glass. She hand-manufactures each piece using the “vetrofusione” technique: by melting glass, this artist creates whimsical, strikingly original worlds where this material acquires vivid colors and malleable shapes, and light gains a new, metaphysical essence.

This exquisite sculpture is part of the “Meduse” series. It reproduces a jellyfish-like sea creature and it is entirely hand-made in one singular process with the vetrofusione technique, where the glass is exposed to temperatures so high that they alter its molecular process, changing its shape and creating a new form. The transparent body of the jellyfish has suspended from it a series of multicolored tentacles of different shapes and lengths.

you can visit Daniela Forti’s permanent exhibition of glass jewelry at the Palazzo Tucci Hotel in Lucca.

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