AAV BARBINI, owner of the Barbini Specchi Veneziani brand, is a creative and multi-functional lab that was founded on the island of Murano in 1927 by Nicolò Barbini. The company specialises in the art of engraving on glass and in the production and restoration of antique and modern Venetian mirrors.
Grosso Legnoarchitetture is a made in Italy company operating in the sector of wooden constructions since 1968. We can build any kind of structure (at any difficulty level) with unique surface finishing.
IRSAP was founded in 1963 in Arquà Polesine, in the province of Rovigo. It began its activity with the production of pressed steel radiators. Three years later, in 1967, it was time for TESI, a tubular radiator still unknown on the Italian market, and IRSAP introduced it for the first time in Italy, giving rise to the multi-column radiator par excellence. In 1981 it launched NOVO, the first innovative towel warmer bathroom radiator produced in Italy. An innovative way of conceiving the radiator, intended not only as a heating element, but also as a furnishing component, synthesizing its new meaning in the brand I TERMOARREDATORI®. Furnishing with heat means customising the environment thanks to the variety of colours, shapes and sizes. This philosophy has accompanied IRSAP in its constant evolution.
Wave Murano Glass was born in January 2017 from Roberto Beltrami’s passion for glass. We are based on the island of Murano (Venice), the place where the world-reknown art of blown glass started and grew since ancient times.
Our company is based in an old building that dates back to 1850 with a factory footprint of 1500m2. We run 5 glass melting furnaces that burn 24/7, 11 months per year, at and average temperature of 1150°C.
Wave Murano Glass mission is to uphold the millenary tradition of glass on the island of Murano, while using technology to innovate our craft in our fast paced world.
The Yalos Murano Company belongs to the Ferro family, which has been present on the island since about 1300, which is when the factories that were in Venice were moved (due to fires caused by them) to Murano.