Shine Plates by Bardelli Vetri Artistici
Total raised: $99,311
Shine Plates by Bardelli Vetri Artistici.
This trio of hexagonal plates adds light to your home. These items are handmade using an exclusive dichroic glass fusion technique. Versatile, light and combinable objects of design that collect and diffuse light.
Your imagination will find a thousand ways to use them every day.
Size and color of the 3 dishes:
- Maximum width 18 cm. color Gold on black - Blue on white
- Maximum width 24.5 cm. color Light blue on black - Yellow / Orange on white
- Maximum width 27 cm. Mix color on black - Mix on white
- Weight: 1.5 kg
Production is curated and directed by the architect and designer Sara Zanoni who, in designing and following each creation, has been able to renew the ancient technique of glass fusion using this precious and exclusive colored dichroic glass. These unique objects of design decorate your home, changing color according to how the light touches them and the different colors of the surfaces they are placed on... true magic!
These objects are entirely handmade in Italy and are environmentally sustainable: the dichroic colored glass offcuts produced for industrial purposes by the other family business, Zaot s.r.l., are recovered and artistically processed in the Bardelli Vetri Artistici laboratory. Instead of throwing away offcuts they take on new artistic life.
Today we want to lend our support to a fundraising campaign that intends to help the efforts of our heroic medical staff.
Thanks to our long-term partners, companies and celebrities we've been able to launch the #VinciamoNoi (#WeWin) campaign to support 3 main objectives:
- finance the purchase of ventilators and breathing equipment;
- provide new beds in intensive and sub-intensive care;
- guarantee health care and rapid intervention of medical staff who find themselves on the front line.
This is why we've decided to combine our efforts with those of 3 major Italian companies whose commitment and dedication have made them stand out, particularly in recent weeks, and who are daily committed to dealing with the Corona Virus emergency: the Italian Red Cross, Luigi Sacco Hospital in Milan and Spallanzani Hospital in Rome (National Institute of Infectious Diseases Lazzaro Spallanzani) and Policlinico San Matteo in Pavia.
Given the rapidity with which today's medical emergency is evolving and the changing needs, the funds raised through this campaign may need to be allocated differently by the beneficiary organizations. In this way the funding will go directly to the areas that need it most, whilst at the same time respecting the transparency and full traceability of the funds raised through this campaign to tackle the coronavirus emergency.
The Italian Red Cross has been at the forefront since the start of the Covid-19 emergency, providing aid including emergency assistance, medical, psychological and logistical support, informing, managing and screening as well as carrying out many other crucial activities in the battle against an epidemic that is bringing the country to its knees. In collaboration with the Ministry of Health, the Italian Red Cross is managing the safe transport of patients to and from the relevant healthcare structures, through the use of special high-level bio-containment vehicles designed for health emergencies of this entity.
The Luigi Sacco Hospital in Milan is the reference center for the coordination of activities to fight Covid-19 in Northern Italy, a region in which the first Italian outbreaks were recorded and in which researchers have managed to isolate the Italian strain of coronavirus.
Spallanzani Hospital has been managing the Covid-19 emergency from the start, hosting the very first infected patients and isolating the virus. Today INMI researchers are working on the search for a vaccine while the medical staff focuses on caring for patients hospitalized at the facility.
The IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo Foundation is responsible for emergency management, both through the analysis of swabs and care and assistance of all patients, whilst continuing to carry out research and healthcare activities.