Floating Glass Museum inspired by Venetian cultural heritage and glassmaking

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Luca Curci Architects has introduced a project called the Floating Glass Museum, which blurs the boundaries between art and nature and transforms water into a canvas for contemporary expression. The project is the result of collaboration between Giulia Tassi Design, an international team of architects and designers, and artificial intelligence support.

Inspired by Venetian cultural heritage and the intricate craft of glassmaking, the Floating Glass Museum combines tradition and innovation with cutting-edge design and a focus on sustainability. By conducting meticulous material research and paying attention to its surroundings, the museum will be a sanctuary where the history of glass meets contemporary experimentation.

Floating Glass Museum

“Climate change is now affecting every country on every continent. It is disrupting national economies, communities, and countries dearly today and even more tomorrow. Weather patterns are changing, sea levels are rising, weather events are becoming more extreme, and greenhouse gas emissions are now at their highest levels in history.” stated Luca Curci.

The Floating Glass Museum is a global initiative, serving as a symbol of environmental awareness and a unique space where art, nature, and tradition converge. It’s a balanced fusion of contemporary art and sustainable design, and it’s designed to inspire contemplation, reflection, and discovery. The project will be presented in several cities affected by climate change, such as Dubai, New York, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Busan.

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