October 14, 2015
Considered as one of the visionaries of the 20th century. Italian architect, designer and editor Gio Ponti was a master at creating spaces. Designing on a macro and micro scale, Ponti designed architectural icons, but always managed to keep the spaces that will be enclosed in mind as a guiding force. This holistic vision led to Ponti being recognized and respected for being an interior and product designer as well as an architect. Gubi recently released two of Ponti’s legendary designs, the F.A.33 and the Randaccio mirrors. The F.A.33 mirror was designed in 1933 for FontanaArte (an esteemed lamp and glass manufacturer during that period). The second piece is the Randaccio mirror, designed by Ponti for his own home in Randaccio in 1925. This elegant, simple round mirror with crown detail is a timeless piece that will reflect beautifully in spaces. Please contact our showroom if you need more information.