At first, Carlo Scarpa used also the pulegoso glass developed by Napoleone Martinuzzi, occasionally giving an iridescence to the surface. Combining the purely geometric forms preferred by the architect with the plasticity of pulegoso glass heightened the Novecento style that characterized the applied arts and architecture of the day.
Marino Barovier, Carlo Scarpa. Glass of an Architect, Skira, Milan 1999, pages 102, 204 no. 1; Marina Barovier (editor), Carlo Scarpa. Venini 1932-1947, Skira, Milan, 2012, exhibition catalogue (Venice, Le Stanze del Vetro, Fondazione Giorgio Cini, August 29, 2012 – January 6, 2013), page 110.