Giò Ponti, an Italian architect, designed and realized the first Italian design hotel – the Parco dei Principi – at Sorrento in 1960–1962.

Giò Ponti, an Italian architect, designed and realized the first Italian design hotel – the Parco dei Principi – at Sorrento in 1960–1962.

THE DIAMONT LOUNGE CHAIR, 1956, DESIGNED FOR HIS CARACAS, VENEZUELA HOUSE

THE DIAMONT LOUNGE CHAIR, 1956, DESIGNED FOR HIS CARACAS, VENEZUELA HOUSE

Gio Ponti; Glazed Ceramic Tiles by Ceramica D'Agostino for the Hotel Parco dei Principi, 1964.

Gio Ponti; Glazed Ceramic Tiles by Ceramica D'Agostino for the Hotel Parco dei Principi, 1964.

Posate/Flatware. Design di/by Gio Ponti per/for Krupp Berndorf, 1933

Posate/Flatware. Design di/by Gio Ponti per/for Krupp Berndorf, 1933

Sede Rai Corso Sempione_ Gio Ponti

Sede Rai Corso Sempione_ Gio Ponti

ceiling! Gio Ponti designed the Villa Planchart, a private home built in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1956.

ceiling! Gio Ponti designed the Villa Planchart, a private home built in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1956.

Gio Ponti; Accordion Wall, 1957.

Gio Ponti; Accordion Wall, 1957.

118: Gio Ponti / Rare and early chair from Conti Contini Bonaccossi, Florence < Italian Masterworks, 13 December 2012 < Auctions | Wright

118: Gio Ponti / Rare and early chair from Conti Contini Bonaccossi, Florence < Italian Masterworks, 13 December 2012 < Auctions | Wright

Gio Ponti, Parco dei Principi, Sorrento. The D'Agostino ceramics. Photo Marco Zuppetta

Gio Ponti, Parco dei Principi, Sorrento. The D'Agostino ceramics. Photo Marco Zuppetta

Corner Cabinet with Reverse-Painted Glass Doors, Gio Ponti (1891-1979) and Piero Fornasetti (1913-1988)  Italy, probably Milan, 1941.

Corner Cabinet with Reverse-Painted Glass Doors, Gio Ponti (1891-1979) and Piero Fornasetti (1913-1988) Italy, probably Milan, 1941.

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