With the market moving away from craft into design that uses the crafts as a tool, following by the taste demonstrated by young collectors, we see more and more you designers revisiting and reinventing within the traditional materials in the crafts, glass, ceramics, fibers, wood, and metal, creating spectacular, innovative aesthetics fit into 21st-century taste. Simone Crestani is one of them. Growing up in Venice, Crestani has developed a passion for glass from an early age, and began working in Murano under master glassblower Massimo Lunardon. He has been concentrated on various techniques of manipulation and has particularly concentrated on flame-working. His work will be shown at the upcoming Salon Art + Design by Bernard Goeckler Antiques.