Gio Ponti Walnut Coffee Table

Gio Ponti Walnut Coffee Table

Gio Ponti Walnut Coffee Table

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An exceptional walnut coffee table with a round glass top designed by Gio Ponti in the 1950s.

Literature variation simular model: Esempi di Arredamento Moderno: Tavoli, Tavolini, Carrelli, Aloi, fig. 38 Gio Ponti: L’Arte Si Innamora Dell’Industria, La Pietra, ppg. 200-201 Gio Ponti: Interni, Oggetti, Disegni 1920-1976, Falconi, pg. 160

Gio Ponti: Born in Milan in 1891, Giovanni (Gio) Ponti studied architecture at Politecnico. After serving in World War I, he worked as Art Director for respected ceramics company Richard-Ginori. Between 1923 and 1927, he partnered with architects Mino Fiocchi and Emilio Lancia. In 1928, Ponti launched both his own architectural studio and the famed magazine Domus. Through the pages of Domus—and, later, those of Lo Stile, which he founded and edited between 1941 and 1947—Ponti influenced international design taste for over 50 years.

italy, 1950s
walnut, glass
very good condition

Diameter: 80 cm
Height: 40 cm

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