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Oriano Favaretto

Oriano Favaretto was born on April 25, 1956, in Treviso, Italy, a place located in the venetian countryside, which through its natural and human presences marked his first interior and artistic building.

He graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice with the Master Emilio Vedova, a prestigious maestro of the language of gestures and signs.

Another important experience that left an indelible mark was the collaboration with Ennio Chiggio whose apprentice, supporter and collaborator Oriano became.

Among his major professional achievements were an award in the Competition amongst the Italian Academies, the grant of “Concorso tra Accademie d’Italia”, the “Lubiam 1982” Award and the painting experience at the “Bevilacqua La Masa”foundation.

Oriano Favaretto has taken part in important international exhibitions including Events (Eventi) in Milan with Zuccheri and Oira, the Flowers of Metaphor travelling exhibition (I fiori della metafora) with Plessi and D'Orazio and the Murano prize in 1987 and 1992.

He was also selected for the fresco contest for Sacca Fisola in Venice. Another brilliant achievement was the “Lampada d’Oro” Award which he received at the S.I.L. trade show in Paris in 1993.

The “Marie Claire” magazine awarded him the “Prix d’Excellence” in 1997 for “Polipò”, which was designated lamp of the year.

He collaborates with several leading companies in the industrial design scenario, including Boss, Artemide, itre, De Majo, Venini, Linea Light, Viabizzuno, Icosmic bagni, Regia, Evaluz, Mastella, Moretti Andrea, Vistosi, and others.

He currently works at Mastella Bagni in Treviso as an Art Director. His artistic works are displayed at the “Museo del Vetro” glass museum in Murano, also in other numerous private collections.