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

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

La maison de Roberto Baciocchi en Toscane Au rez-de-chaussée, une commode et des chaises de Giò Ponti, qui dormaient depuis trente ans dans le stock du décorateur, ont trouvé leur place.

La maison de Roberto Baciocchi en Toscane

La maison de Roberto Baciocchi en Toscane Au rez-de-chaussée, une commode et des chaises de Giò Ponti, qui dormaient depuis trente ans dans le stock du décorateur, ont trouvé leur place.

Gio Ponti Door Handle / izé  Photography by  Tom Hartford   Art Direction by  Villalba/Lawson

Gio Ponti Door Handle / izé Photography by Tom Hartford Art Direction by Villalba/Lawson

#so65 #piastrelle Giò Ponti blue patterned tile at l'hotel Parco dei Principi, Sorrento.

#so65 #piastrelle Giò Ponti blue patterned tile at l'hotel Parco dei Principi, Sorrento.

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; 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.

Ceramics. Gio Ponti (1891-1979) was one of the most important Italian architects, industrial designers, furniture designers, artists, and publishers of the twentieth century. In 1928 he founded Domus magazine.  art director at the Milanese ceramics manufacturer, Richard-Ginori. He remained at the company for the rest of the decade, designing ceramic, porcelain and majolica vases, bowls, figurines and trays that infused a Wiener Werkstätte elegance with his own love of visual storytelling.

Ceramics. Gio Ponti (1891-1979) was one of the most important Italian architects, industrial designers, furniture designers, artists, and publishers of the twentieth century. In 1928 he founded Domus magazine. art director at the Milanese ceramics manufacturer, Richard-Ginori. He remained at the company for the rest of the decade, designing ceramic, porcelain and majolica vases, bowls, figurines and trays that infused a Wiener Werkstätte elegance with his own love of visual storytelling.

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