Aldo Boscolo was born in Murano, in 1989. Since childhood, his main gift lies in his manual skills, which adapted to any material. Skill that he develops in conjunction with his passions for mechanics and physics. Thus he approaches a new material: glass. At the age of twenty-nine he opened his own Atelier, with the designer Marta Rossetto, in which he works and demonstrates to the public how glass behaves, and at the same time gives the possibility to buy unique pieces created in front of their eyes and on measure. The shop survived one of the most important high tides in history and Aldo does not give up: he decides to use his skills alongside the designer Rossetto to open new avenues for the art of glass. Thus was born the idea to sell products associated not only with taste but with the needs of the consumer.
Venice Design Week Jewelry Selection 2020
title: Carsismo Vitreo
Transgression is a gesture that concerns the limit, because the line it crosses and breaks is recomposed behind it like a wave of little memory. Limit and transgression owe the density of their being to each other. There is no limit other than the gesture that passes through it. There is no gesture if not in overcoming the limit. Transgression is therefore not at the limit like white to black, like permission to forbidden. What the transgression is unleashed is the limit that chains it.
For this glorification of transgression, the chosen material was glass, as it is rich in limits but prosperous if taken as a launching pad for transgression. The peculiarity that perfectly combines this jewel with the theme of transgression is the type of processing and the method in which it was performed. The master Aldo Boscolo wanted to create a unique jewel and the designer Marta Rossetto designed this necklace bringing the master to the border, gently making him overcome the limit in which glass explodes, if it does not re-enter. Creating a jewel ready at the first fire, without the need to enter the muffle despite its subtlety and fragility. The name “Vitreo Carsismo” is given by the fact that every single glass recalls one of the best known forms of karst in nature: the stalactites.