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Carlo Scarpa

Italian, 1906-1978

Carlo Scarpa is known as a virtuoso of light, a master of detail and a connoisseur of materials.

Scarpa is most well-known for his architectural projects, counting 58 in total. Most famous are the Castelvecchio Museum in Verona, the Olivetti showroom in Venice and the Brion Tomb in San Vito d’Altivole. Scarpa's use of lush decorative aspects and crafted details are still unrivaled. His designs show clear traits of his aesthetic language, which holds the middle between Japanese minimalism and organic forms of nature.

(Biography provided by MORENTZ)
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$6,475
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Venini Sconces “Poliedri” Carlo Scarpa Murano Glass Metal Iron, 1950, Italy
By Carlo Scarpa
Located in Milano, IT
Venini sconces “Poliedri” Carlo Scarpa Murano glass metal iron, 1950, Italy.
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1950s Italian Other Vintage Carlo Scarpa

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Murano Glass

Large Venini Wall Lights by Carlo Scarpa
By Carlo Scarpa, Venini
Located in New York, NY
Large wall lights designed by Carlo Scarpa for Venini in the 1940s. Each is composed of five hand blow Murano glasses made in the “Corteccia” technique. The color of the glass is amb...
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1940s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Carlo Scarpa

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Murano Glass

Venini Carlo Scarpa Sconces Murano Glass Brass, 1935, Italy
By Carlo Scarpa
Located in Milano, IT
Venini Carlo Scarpa sconces Murano glass brass, 1935, Italy.
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1930s Italian Art Deco Vintage Carlo Scarpa

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Murano Glass

Carlo Scarpa 'Cornaro' Sofa with Frame in Mahogany and Velvet Upholstery
By Carlo Scarpa
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Carlo Scarpa for Simon, 'Cornaro' sofa, mahogany, velvet fabric, Italy, designed in 1973 The 'Cornaro' sofa by Carlo Scarpa is a perfect example of the Ultrarazionale style; break...
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1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Carlo Scarpa

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Fabric, Mahogany

Ovoid Vase with Stripes in Green Bubble Glass, Carlo Scarpa for Venini, 1934
By Carlo Scarpa
Located in Torino, IT
Carlo Scarpa for Venini. Ovoid vase in clear uncoloured glass with stripes in green bubble glass. Around 1934. "Venini Murano" acid stamp. A similar item was exhibited at the 19t...
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1930s Italian Modern Vintage Carlo Scarpa

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Glass

Vase in Iridescent Black Glass, Design by Carlo Scarpa for MVM Cappellin, 1930s
By MVM Cappelin, Carlo Scarpa
Located in Torino, IT
Vase in iridescent black glass. Design by Carlo Scarpa for MVM Cappellin. 1930s Acid signature on the bottom.
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1930s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Carlo Scarpa

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Glass

Carlo Scarpa for Simon Pair of 'Cornaro' Loveseats
By Carlo Scarpa
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Carlo Scarpa for Simon, 'Cornaro' loveseats, fabric upholstery, wood, Italy, designed in 1973 The 'Cornaro' sofa by Carlo Scarpa is a perfect example of the Ultrarazionale style;...
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1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Carlo Scarpa

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Fabric, Upholstery, Wood

  • Carlo Scarpa for Simon Pair of 'Cornaro' Loveseats
  • Carlo Scarpa for Simon Pair of 'Cornaro' Loveseats
  • Carlo Scarpa for Simon Pair of 'Cornaro' Loveseats
  • Carlo Scarpa for Simon Pair of 'Cornaro' Loveseats
H 23.63 in. W 55.12 in. D 33.47 in.
Venini Sconces Poliedri “Carlo Scarpa” Murano Glass Metal Iron, 1950, Italy
By Carlo Scarpa
Located in Milano, IT
Venini sconces Poliedri “Carlo Scarpa” Murano glass metal iron, 1950, Italy.
Category

1950s Italian Other Vintage Carlo Scarpa

Materials

Murano Glass

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Carlo Scarpa Furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Carlo Scarpa furniture is available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive objects are often made of glass and are designed with extraordinary care. In our collection of Carlo Scarpa furniture there are many options to choose from, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. There are currently 136 vintage editions of these items in stock, while there are also 24 modern editions to choose from. Many original furniture by Carlo Scarpa were created in Europe during the 20th century in the Mid-Century Modern style. If you are looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Gae Aulenti, Luigi Caccia Dominioni and Tobia Scarpa. Prices for Carlo Scarpa furniture may vary depending upon size, time period and other attributes. Price for these items starts at $540 and tops out at $56,710, while pieces like these can sell for $7,375 on average.