In Murano – the island which is a symbol of the glass industry worldwide close to Venice – Punta Conterie presents a novel and eclectic concept for a new space dedicated to international creativity and contemporary food and wine.
Conceived as a total project, Punta Conterie is a fluid space in which design, the glass art, visual arts, green and food and wine concepts blend harmoniously, stimulating unusual pathways, whether visual, cultural or tasteful.
Located in the outer perimeter of the former Conterie di Murano, a building which is particularly representative of the island’s industrial heritage, Punta Conterie is first and foremost a cultural and urban regeneration project, the result of the commitment and vision of two entrepreneurs: Alessandro Vecchiato and Dario Campa.
An ambitious project that has the benefit of returning to the island an invaluable piece of architectural heritage putting Punta Conterie and Murano on the international map of culture and good taste, with a particular emphasis on what can develop when design culture makes links between tradition and contemporary research.
Acquired in 2017, Punta Conterie opens in September 2019 after two years of redevelopment with proposals built around different offers: InGalleria dedicated to temporary exhibition projects, Vetri Restaurant where new culinary ideas can be experienced, Vetri Bistrot for a fresh and relaxed gastronomy, Vetri Café for tasty breaks of savory and freshly baked pastry, InGalleria Shop to indulge in books, magazines and small design objects, and conclude with the scents and colours of the Fiorario Green Boutique.
Punta Conterie is a dynamic location suitable for private events.