“Unlike various other art forms, with glasswork it is essential for the participant to use his sense of touch. I encourage my audience to have a real encounter with each piece. I want them to touch it, to caress it, and to understand the shapes and movements. Simply, I want the enthusiast to experience what I feel for my art - passion and love.”
Davide descends from a family of glassworkers. At a very early age he began working with his grandfather Antonio in the furnaces of Murano where he learned how to work glass and build kilns. Soon after he began working in the studio of Alfredo Barbini. He later joined the team of glassmaster Loredano Rosin and collaborated in the Venini, Salviati, and Barovier & Toso glasshouses.