Who’s Behind Micheluzzi Glass?  

Micheluzzi Glass is a handmade glass collection designed by Elena and Margherita Micheluzzi. The two sisters, daughters of Venetian glass artist Massimo Micheluzzi, grew up in their father's workshop surrounded by glass. In 2019, the duo decided to carry on the family tradition by launching their own glass collection, introducing a new line of vases and glassware.

Contemporary Murano Glass

Micheluzzi Glass is an expression of the finest craftsmanship from Murano, the world capital of glass nestled in the Venetian lagoon. Each piece is expertly blown, shaped, and finished by skilled glass masters. While the process remains closely tied to tradition, Elena and Margherita bring a contemporary approach and unique style to the art of glassmaking. One distinctive feature of the glass designed by the sisters is its texture, achieved through a variety of techniques, with cold carving being their signature style since its inception.

Sensorial Experience

What sets Micheluzzi Glass apart is the exceptional sensorial experience it offers. Drawing inspiration from the lights and colors of Venice, each creation is characterized by vibrant faceted surfaces and shimmering effects that captivate the senses. These dynamic surface variations can be explored through both touch and sight, creating a play of light and texture that brings each glass piece to life.

Living Glass

Elena and Margherita have been immersed in the world of glass since childhood, growing up surrounded by glass in their family home and their father's workshop. This personal connection has deeply influenced their perspective on glass design. Their creations are born from a specific vision: to experience glass not only as a sculptural element but also as a functional vessel.

A Collection To Collect

Presenting a diverse selection of colors, shapes, and sizes, each item in our collection is unique, radiating its own individual essence. The cohesive style that connects all Micheluzzi Glass creations facilitates effortless integration of various pieces, inspiring the creation of endless compositions and the expansion of collections.